- Burlington County Library
An elevator pitch is a quick, well-crafted speech designed to spark interest in your business, your product, or your talents in a very short time frame.
“The purpose of an elevator pitch is to describe a situation or solution so compelling that the person you’re with wants to hear more even after the elevator ride is over.”
– Seth Godin – bestselling author, entrepreneur, and marketer.
Whether you are out at a business conference, mingling with friends, job hunting, or you just happen to know somebody who knows somebody who you want to connect with, you can benefit from knowing how to answer the question: "What do you do?" Or, "what is your company about?"
Join business leaders during this FREE program as we work to create and practice your elevator pitch.
Joan Divor, Business Services Librarian and Coordinator of Community Partnerships, BCLS
Barbara Witkowski, Manager, Business Outreach and Incubation, at RCBC - Workforce Development Institute.
Both Joan and Barbara have been trained in Lean Startup facilitation and enjoy working with individuals that are interested in learning lean techniques for business startup and innovation. They introduced a pilot Lean Venture Series in January, 2016 and have presented these concepts to adults and teens.
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