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Have you ever heard of an elevator pitch? It’s the term people use when they’re talking about communicating their idea to someone in a short amount of time – about the same amount of time that it takes to ride an elevator. When you think about it, that’s not a lot!

In business, a pitch is a short presentation delivered by entrepreneurs that tells an audience or investor about the key elements of their business. What makes a pitch different from a normal presentation is that a pitch aims to convince the audience of something – it could be to support them financially, to buy their product, or to utilise their service. Whatever it is, entrepreneurs have to work hard to convince people that their idea is a good one.

If you’ve ever watched the show Shark Tank, you’ve seen a pitch.

Have a read of the link from Improve Presentation. They share all the Do’s and Don’t’s of a good pitch and break it down into its most basic elements.

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