TechSwindon Summit 2020 - Once Upon A Time In Swindon

  1. Stories are how we remember & connect with ideas
  2. Learn a narrative pitch structure you can use today
  3. Have a go - practice your pitch & get feedback

Goal

  • Share how to tell more stories when pitching
  • Create user interactions by asking opinion and sharing insights in simple polls
  • Opportunities for five volunteers to practice their pitch live in the session and get peer-feedback and on the spot advice for how to improve


Overview

  • Every-time you pitch you are increasing your value as a professional.
  • Time is a non-refundable asset, so a pitch needs to do more than be a live read-through of information I can read myself
  • Stories are how we remember and connect with ideas
  • So how the **** do I tell stories?
  • Join our online workshop to find out


An interactive workshop where you will:

  1. Learn a pitching storytelling structure you can start using tomorrow
  2. Share your insights and opinions in workshop polls for group learning
  3. Opportunities for five volunteers to practice their pitch live in the session and get peer-feedback and on the spot advice for how to improve
  4. Receive a condensed version of workshop handouts
  5. Q&A session


Case studies of

  1. Accelerator weekend demo-day pitch
  2. Tech company CEO pitches
  3. Pitches to global entertainment brands which got a reply in 3 days
  4. Personal pitches for networking and cold calling
  5. DiDi hustle grandma


This workshop is perfect for you if

  1. You manage teams in an SME, startup or a massive company
  2. You sell to customers
  3. You need to inspire people with stories which illustrate your features and benefits
  4. You want to improve your pitching skills

Speaker Bio

Martin helps founders and leaders pitch their vision with stories, so they are memorable, connect and stand out to the audience in front of them

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