Everyday, often unknowingly, we end up pitching our ideas at the office, school, on the phone or at a networking event. The ideas that get most supported are often the ones that are pitched in a clear and concise fashion.
Our Pitch Programs are tailored to do just that while teaching the 7 key points and building confidence in your pitch. Over 780 participants, with minimal pitching skills, have gone through the program. They now have the ability to present concise and effective pitches. Whether you are a student looking to gain presentation skills, a team member at the office, or an entrepreneur seeking investment, learning the art of pitching can help you get support for your idea.
It starts with you attending one of our training workshops focused on offering coaching and mentorship to different levels of pitchers. You’ll have the opportunity to one-on-one mentorship with our coach and also practice your pitch in a supportive setting with other like-minded participants.
Who takes these Pitch Programs?
Responses from our recent survey of pitchers show 47% of them are students, which says there is a high demand for the program amongst university students. Pitching skills are not limited to entrepreneurs seeking investments; in fact the acquired skills can be applied during presentations, job interviews and various sales positions. Therefore, offering pitch training can prepare students for a more successful future.
The survey showed that 46% of our participants have been through the program more than once, which indicates the need for further skill development. This is why Pitch201 is an important program and can be a very valuable tool for entrepreneurs.