1. What is an Elevator Pitch?
Imagine you are in an elevator (or any occasions by chance) with one of your potential investors (clients/ partners etc.), how would you grasp their attention to onboard your mission?
An Elevator Pitch is a concise description of your initiative in 60 seconds. The name “elevator pitch” came from people encountering opportunities to pitch to their dream client/ investor/ stakeholder to entice their interest in the shortest amount of time. The aim of an Elevator Pitch is not to overload your audience with information but to spark interest and questions.
Where will an Elevator Pitch be used?
2. Making your own Elevator Pitch
What to do for this exercise?
Suggested Elevator Pitch Structure for the video (feel free to adapt):
Deep breath, big smile :)
Resources For The Curious :)
Learn more about the video:
Amarit Charoenphan (Aim)
Amarit is the Executive Chairman and co-founder of HUBBA and Techsauce. He is also a Fellow of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF), and has been named as one of Forbes Asia 30 Under 30: Enterprise Technology, and Thailand Startup Enabler of The Year 2016. He has been involved at an early stage with more than 20 ventures during the past decade as an angel or advisory capacity. He has also coached and consulted ecosystem hubs and leaders in over 30 cities on how to build tech communities.
Elevator pitching tips by Springboard alumni Pamela:
Your elevator pitch is your first impression, to anyone that you talk to, whether it's your audience, your future investors or your potential customers.
- Pamela Mejia
Pamela has had an exciting year after graduating the Youth Co:Lab Springboard Programme 2018. She and had gone on to excelling in Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre's (MaGIC) Global Accelerator Programme (GAP), and won UNAP's prestigious awards in sustainability.
Learn more about PHINIX from the video below:
Elevator Pitching Examples by Alumni:
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