Date(s) - 21/02/2018
7:00 pm - 8:10 pm
This hands-on workshop takes young entrepreneurs through the process of developing an effective and engaging pitch of their business idea.
Whether pitching to an investor, a potential team member, or someone at a networking event, an entrepreneur must be able to communicate their idea clearly, concisely and professionally. CEDEC’s workshop will demonstrate the importance of having a pitch ready that can be tailored to various occasions. We will look at the components of a successful pitch, including presentation tools and styles for different audiences (eg. a bank vs. elevator pitch).
Where: William’s School of Business
Rhonda Morrison, Director & Project Lead for Youth Entrepreneurship at CEDEC. With 17 years of experience in economic development and entrepreneurship, Rhonda has supported over 400 youth in their pre start-up phase of business development. CEDEC Youth Start-Up offers advisory services and seminars for young entrepreneurs aged 18 to 39 across Quebec.