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Developing Your Pitch: Build a pitch that resonates!

Developing Your Pitch: Build a pitch that resonates!

Learn how to pitch with confidence!

Tuesday, July 11, 2023
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)

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Pitching is an art and no you don't launch out the gate being an all-star. Don't let what you see on Youtube or at pitch competitions fool you. It's not something we're naturally great at.


Does this sound like you?

Day 1: You "I have a stellar business but it's nerve wracking and awkward to pitch in front of others. There goes my anxiety just even thinking about it. "

Day 2: Ok, ok I'll muster up the courage and put together some talking points and submit my application for this upcoming competition.

😴😴Weeks leading up to the competition😴😴

Day before the pitch: Yikes, I have to practice. Ok I'll keep it simple, memorize, then go out there and be a robot.

Day of Pitch: "I didn't win!? What, why!?"

If you're an entrepreneur and you've been in a pitch competition you've been there. BUT there is a better way.

Come follow me on a journey through building the perfect pitch that resonates with your audience.

In this workshop we'll discuss:

  • How story in pitch competition is key!
  • How to package and cater your story to the audience.
  • Learn the key components needed for a successful pitch.

For More Information:

Amber Hicks
Amber Hicks
Membership Coordinator NACCE (984)206-1330

Owen is a theater artist, writer, creator and maker, educator, and social entrepreneur. He founded LAB Theater Project in 2015 and incorporated it as a 501(c)(3) in 2019. LAB is a company dedicated to the production of new work from emerging artists, teaching and training emerging artists, and providing opportunities to marginalized members of the community who are often overlooked in the arts. Prior to 2019, the organization never made more than $10K annually; last year, LAB had over 1500 audience members and brought in $95K in revenue despite being shut down for 6 months due to the pandemic. Through the pandemic, LAB never took a loan or incurred debt to survive. LAB was the first professional theater company to reopen during the pandemic, the first to offer live streaming content, and the first to offer and continue to provide On-Demand content.