Pitch Perfect part two: Get direct feedback on your pitch
Synapse at CH.UNIVERSITY is hosting a second, free Pitch Perfect session for students, graduates, staff, and faculty on how to improve their professional and personal pitches.
The Pitch Clinic event is Friday, November 13, from 12:30 pm to 2 pm. Attendees who take part in this second session will see how to improve pitches by applying the tips and resources from the first session, which was held last week. For those who missed the first session or who want a refresher, the Perfect Pitch recording and slides are available upon request. Submit pitch materials in advance (by 11 pm on Wednesday, November 11) for them to be considered for direct (but useful and kind) feedback by trainer Linda Plano during the upcoming workshop.
The Pitch Clinic workshop will run 90 minutes. A perfect pitch successfully presents compelling ideas to grant managers, hiring managers, investors, family and friends, potential customers and partners, and colleagues and classmates. Registration is now open: http://reg.ch.university/
Plano, who is based in Boston, has a wealth of experience and a track record of guiding thousands of entrepreneurs and academics to success. She has trained people around the world, including in Atlantic Canada, and at CH.UNIVERSITY. She earned a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Stanford University and won a Mass Technology Leadership “Mover and Shaker” award. Her professional career has included being a research scientist and CEO at start-ups, holding executive positions at large, establishing companies, and serving on boards like the MIT Enterprise Forum and the New England Clean Energy Council.
Contact Justin Moores Synapse firstname.lastname@example.org 902-394-6739
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