ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Pitching is an art and a science. Whether you’re seeking outside investment, hiring new employees, or searching for a co-founder, you’ll need a presentation that excites. Every pitch and presentation needs to hit the most important touch points, regardless of your audience. Learn how to tell a story that appeals to the emotions of your listeners, and frame your pitch for any situation. At the close of the course, you’ll get to put it all together in front of a live audience made up of your classmates and investors offering constructive feedback.
This workshop is part of the Business 202 series.
Fundamentals Of A Pitch Deck
Every slide has a purpose. Regardless of your audience, a great pitch deck will have a set of fundamental slides that can be used for every presentation.
Investor Touch Points
Once you start fundraising, your pitch needs to hit all the investor touch points. Angel Investors and Venture Capital firms hear hundreds of pitches. If your deck doesn’t hit the key points you might not even make it into the room.
Determining The Story
They say all marketers tell stories. Every presentation is a story. Telling a captivating story is crucial to keeping your audience hooked and interested.
A frame is the instrument you use to package your power, authority, strength, information, and status. Presentations can be in a power frame, analyst frame, time frame, and prize frame. How should you frame your presentation?
Pitch Off: Shark Tank
Now it’s time to apply what you’ve learned. Practice your pitch in front of an audience and get constructive feedback on your performance.
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01/08/2019 - 02/05/2019
5:45pm - 8:15pm
900 Fort Street Mall
Honolulu, HI 96815
Support for our workshops comes from the Economic Development administration, the U.S. Small Business Administration, the University of Hawaii, XLR8UH, and Sultan Ventures.