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How to master an Elevator Pitch

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Tipps on how to master en elevator pitch by PresentationLoad, your expert for buiness presentation templates for PowerPoint. For more information check out our blog: http://blog.presentationload.com/elevator-pitch-art-convincing-within-minutes/

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How to master an Elevator Pitch

  1. 1. TIPS FOR PRESENTATION SUCCESS
  2. 2. Don‘t fear the elevator
  3. 3. You can still take the stairs
  4. 4. OR
  5. 5. Read the following slides to sell your short explanation within 60 sec.
  6. 6. What is an Elevator Pitch? You’ve got one minute to explain: 3 your goals 4 your passions 2 your business 1 yourself
  7. 7. The Goal know more Present your vision and excite them and make them want to
  8. 8. Bored That‘s NOT what you want to achieve…
  9. 9. Prepare your Elvator Pitch
  10. 10. Questions beforehand WHO WHAT do you want to adress? do you want to achieve? HOW can you be convincing?
  11. 11. to get full attention from the first sentence Create a
  12. 12. Hook: Get their attention! What is your product / service? Who is your target customer? What is your revenue model? What is the basis of your mgt. team? Who are your main competitors? What is your competitive advantage? State your request.
  13. 13. Use the AIDA-Model to structure your Elevator Pitch Appeal to your listeners pathos. Use symbolic language and metaphors. Emphasize your USP. Get your listeners attention. Try to raise a desire for you, your service or product. End your pitch with a call to action.
  14. 14. Remember: Keep it under
  15. 15. Get to the
  16. 16. For (target customer), who has (customer need), (product name) is a (market category) that (one key benefit). Unlike (competition), the product (unique differentiator). Elevator Pitch sentence structure
  17. 17. Practice in front of your friends and colleagues
  18. 18. Adjust your Pitch according to the feedback
  19. 19. body language Pay attention to your Always be confident Smile Control your hands
  20. 20. If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. Albert Einstein
  21. 21. For more information: Read a book www.amazon.com/dp/B006RL5C1S Elevator Pitch Toolkit – Templates, Examples, and Tips for the Perfect Pitch
  22. 22. Or visit our blog: blog.presentationload.com The Elevator Pitch – The Art of Convincing within Minutes
  23. 23. Thank You CREATED BY DESIGNED BY #PRESENTATIONLOAD WWW.PRESENTATIONLOAD.COM Alex Bodenseh om BeckerT
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