Your 60 Second Elevator Pitch Nov 2010

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Its essential that you can effectively communicate why you and your business is right for potential customers succincetly, heres a helping hand.

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Your 60 Second Elevator Pitch Nov 2010

  1. 1. Your 60-Second Elevator Pitch (That Gets You Connected) © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  2. 2. <ul><li>What is an elevator pitch? </li></ul>© 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  3. 3. It’s not always what you say .... ....It’s the way that you say it. Before you have said a word What is your body language saying???? © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  4. 4. Perfect client knowledge is key © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  5. 5. Key Ways to Deliver a 60 Seconds Case Study News or Media Related A Top Tip Benefit (A what do you get) People we would love to speak to © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  6. 6. Get Emotional Paint a Picture Carrot or Stick © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  7. 7. Do You’s??? Do you remind them about your business name at the end. Do you finish with pizzazz (a tagline) A memorable statement. Is it all about what they get and not about what you do? Do you paint a picture? Do you emotionally hook them? Do you make it personable to them? Do you use tonality/body language and volume to reinforce your message? Do you make it interesting? Do you include useful information they can use & makes you a thought leader? Do you make it topical? Do you succinctly tell them who you want to work with? Do you keep it 60 seconds long or less? Do you vary what you say? Do be passionate about what you do and say. Do you include facts, figures, % to reinforce what you say?  
  8. 8. Don’t tell them you are no good at 60 seconds / public speaking. Don’t tell them they won’t be interested, it’s a boring subject matter. Don’t use jargon. Don’t give people the hard sell Don't read from a script   Don’ts!!! © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  9. 9. And its over to you.... © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved
  10. 10. Great advice, support & ideas. www.thebusinesswomansnetwork.co.uk Free Reports, 6 week Hints & Tips Program, Blog Articles New eBook Coming Soon 5 Obstacles to Your Success & The Tools To Fix Them © 2010 by The Business Woman’s Network. All rights reserved

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