Get tips on how to get your pitch perfect for your startup!
About this event
- What makes a good pitch?
- How long or short should the pitch be?
- Do I need a pitch deck?
- Is there anything to avoid in my pitch?
- What's the last message I should end with?
Most of the time you will only get a few minutes to pitch your startup idea (if you're lucky!) We want you to be ready to put your best foot forward no matter the time and place.
Join our masterclass on "Pitching Your Business" where seasoned entrepreneur and investor Jamie Pride will go over how to package your idea and communicate it well for the investor. He will share his tips he has learnt over the years to help you pitch your idea in a clear and concise way to grab your audience's attention.
There will be a time for Q&A and networking with other like-minded founders.
Spots are limited so get in quick and secure your spot.
OFFER FOR ATTENDEES ONLY:
Book a hot desk at the Launch Pad co-working space for the day and attend the masterclass in the evening.
All startups who attend this event can apply for a trial Launch Pad membership - find out more at the event.
Speaker: Jamie Pride, Entrepreneur in Residence, Western Sydney University Launch Pad
Venue: Launch Pad, Level 1, 6 Hassall, Parramatta
Date: Wednesday 5 October
Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Register: Visit Eventbrite to register.
Meet the Speaker
Jamie Pride is a Partner at Humanly Agile, an organisational design and change management consultancy that helps clients discover better ways of working and harness the power of their people.
He has over 27 years of experience in business transformation and is highly passionate about the future of work. His areas of expertise include organisational design, enterprise agility, people strategy & employee experience.
Jamie is a Scaled Agile Program Consultant (SPC) and a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner. Jamie also serves as a Non-Executive Director on the board of CHOICE. As well as being Chief Entrepreneur In Residence at Western Sydney University, Jamie is also the author of Unicorn Tears: Why Startups Fail & How To Avoid It - one of Australia's most popular business books on startups. His next book, Failure Proof: Thriving In The Modern Workplace - is expected to be published in early 2022.