Working Out the Perfect Pitch

by Dean A. DiNardi

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/14/2016

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781504368810
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781504368803
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781504368827

About the Book

The business start-up environment is an ever-growing culture. There are start-up incubators, large and small events around the world helping these new entrepreneurs get started. And within each one, there is one thing that is front and center of all their activities, education and development assistance, and funding angel excitement-the Pitch.

The pitch is a must, whether you're a team member or somebody hired. The pitch must represent your company and product or service. The emphasis behind the pitch is that it gets you exposure, team members, and of course, funding. Funding angels are invited to an open showcase of new ideas, start-ups, and entrepreneurs hoping to find a winning ticket.

If by representing your idea, product, service, and company can possibly get you all this through a pitch, then it ought to be in the top three important aspects of your business, especially for start-ups and early-stage companies.

Pitchersize puts the emphasis on the importance of the pitch and its real power. And in doing so, Pitchersize offers the perfect set of tools to develop the perfect pitch to represent your idea, company, product, and service. Pitchersize helps you to understand and create the pitch that raises your potential and possibilities for achieving what you want. Learn to pitch with professionalism, presence, and pizzazz.

Win the pitch by winning the people.

About the Author

I started my journey as an actor and then eventually studied the other theatrical attributes of writing, directing and producing. In the beginning it was a hobby and over time became a more serious endeavor. I wanted to get to a level that I could leave the family business and ultimately have acting as my career path. However, acting had lead me to a more personal development life style which lead to the study of various spiritual practices around the globe from Buddhism, Hinduism, Metaphysics/Holistic and Native American beliefs. Not so focused on leaving the family business anymore, my personal development endeavors became more of my focus. I stayed to help grow and develop our business for several more years. Which open the doors to studying and understanding more about sales, marketing, stage selling and; what I call, audience/verbal marketing. Things had come to a point in my life where I was tired of traditional business, and even though I tried my hand at several other personal business adventure it was time to find and focus on something I really liked. My wife and I decided to move the family to Europe. So, we packed ourselves and our two children up and moved to Finland. This is where I had the opportunity to write the book I had always wanted to write. However, when in Finland I had discovered an entirely new culture, not only in species but in business as well. This propelled me in another direction. I had taken my idea I formulated for my original book idea and applied it to this book and the Start-up environment. With my diverse back ground in the theater arts, business and personal development I am a shoe in for developing pitches, presentation and sales skills training. I developed a program uniquely based on my assorted experiences and compiled this book in hopes to offer a different and more efficient perspective on the pitch, presentations, sales and verbal marketing experience. I use my stage skills as an asset for presentation training and business skills for pitch development and my character/human behavioral training for verbal marketing communication training. Combined, creates a powerful training program for stage presence, sales closing and company, product and service representation. Advising people how to communicate better, find ways to relate better and create situations that make selling easier instead of creating a feeling of having to sell something. Using the idea of relating as a primary point of interest. Relating to a person that is a potential customer, relating to an audience, and relating to a company, product or service. When people are more confident and willing they are more efficient and capable.