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Learn about the different types of business pitches you may employ for your business’s products and services in the time it takes to polish your shoes.
Whether it’s to sing for our supper or to wow an audience, giving a presentation is a staple of professional life. It’s also something most of us struggle with.
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On some level, all business is personal. But how do you pitch a startup idea which is so personal that it risks alienating your audience?
As an entrepreneur, you need to be able to pitch at the drop of a hat; during a networking event, your neighbour’s BBQ party or, yes, in an elevator.
Getting meetings with senior decision makers is often a stumbling block – so how do you go about getting that meeting which could change your business?