Tips for Better Business Pitches
First - Do your research before you pitch
Learn all you can about the company or person you are pitching to. What do they do? How do they do it? What are their challenges? How does that fit in with what you do? And, anything else that would be helpful to develop a really impactful pitch to them.
Next - It’s not about you
It is imperative that your pitch is all about solving a problem for them in an affordable way or helping them to be more successful.
Once it is clear that you truly understand their business, their challenges and how your product and service can put them in a better place, then you can tell them more about your qualifications and why they should work with you.
About Nancy D. Butler
Nancy, a national motivational speaker, business coach and award-winning author, has been quoted in many local and national publications including USA Today, Money Magazine, Playboy magazine, The Chicago Tribune, AARP and The Day and has been a speaker for major corporations such as Pfizer, General Dynamics and Dow Chemical. Nancy has also been a guest on several television and radio shows.
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