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Elevator pitch - enterprise

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Pitchum ergo sum! …

Pitchum ergo sum!

How can you structure a text about your organisation to get an efficient pitch of about 2 minutes.

How can you avoid some common pitfalls? How can you use some best practices?

Remember that the objective of your pitch is to get more time to convince that you are the right organization, at the right time, to create the right impact, at the right conditions... this is not just a short sell time!

A correct structure, a clear text and three fundamental rules:

1) Train...
2) Train...
3) Train again!


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  • 1. « Elevator pitch » Or the art of convincing during the rise of an elevator
  • 2. Use your common sense! 1. Prepare your pitch structure 2. One information by item 3. Compose carefully the text 4. Read it aloud 5. Measure your timing 6. Correct and adjust your pitch 7. Go back to point 4…
  • 3. Let it read by somebody Your 12 years nephew or your grandmother should be able to understand what you want to say!
  • 4. Are you nervous? 1. Train… 2. Train… 3. Train !
  • 5. Une Put your last spices! • A context listening dose • A tip of precision • A pinch of clarity • And…
  • 6. A ZEST OF PASSION AND AUDACIOUSNESS
  • 7. * « I pitch so I am! », adapted from René Descartes and Guy Kawasaki
  • 8. Thanks for your attention! Claude Michaud

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