1. Brief - What is Pitch Perfect?
Pitch Perfect helps you to articulate your story and your call to action to a wide range of audience, the ultimate tip here is - practice, only practice makes perfect. :)
Top 3 common mistakes on pitching mentioned in the video to address:
Where will it be used?
2. Making Your Pitch Perfect
Resources For The Curious :)
Tips on presenting with confidence:
Tips on making your presentation engaging:
Design- simple, clean and elegant- That will engage the audience. People lose attention if the slides are cluttered and messy. Also helps you to stay on the message.
Generally, present one idea per slide if possible. This is however not a rule.
Be clear and concise – Use simple and easy to understand language for the text. Try and avoid too much text on one slide. Have a clear message
Tell a story- A very effective way of engaging your audience and making a connection with them.
Visuals- Visuals are very effective - use visuals, pictures, etc. to make it more engaging and interesting
It is important to keep it real and authentic. Eg. Visuals from the actual project or of real prototypes. State actual results.
Please look out for typos or grammatical errors. Seek help with spellings, language and grammar if possible or if you need to. Pay attention to the formatting.
Use elements like fonts, logos, and colours from your branding throughout the pitch deck for flow and uniformity.
Inspirations & Tools
Free Stock Photos
Wireframes (for technology interface design)
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.
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