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Monday 28 June 2021
10:00am - 13:00pm
Top Tips on how to Pitch & Present as Entrepreneurs
DamonBonser, CEO of the British Design Fund will join STEAMhouse to demonstrate how Entrepreneurs can present their product or service ideas in a visual and informative way. He will support you in creating, organising, visualising and structuring your presentation material so that you are confident to improve your communication, deal with any nerves (and difficult questions) and pitch to your intended audience.
At the end of the sessions you will:-
-Improve your confidence when pitching
-Gain some useful pitch preparation tips/refreshers
-Learn the know-how required to develop your pitch to fit your audience- Understand expectations of your audience when pitching.
Who should attend? Entrepreneurs, SMEs, Sole Traders, Artists, Product Development Managers or anyone tasked with developing a product or identifying new product or service opportunities.
What skills will I learn? How to prepare a pitch for investors, Improved confidence and an understanding of what investors are looking for in a pitch
About the Speaker
Damon Bonser, Entrepreneur and investor with more than 15 years’ experience in the creative and manufacturing sectors. Track record across the consumer and industrial product sectors and within both direct-to-consumer and business-to-business channels. Specialised in launching start-ups and product brands into new markets with a strong background in bootstrapping early stage businesses through the concept and design stages to production, sales and marketing, ultimately leading to a positive exit event.