elevator pitch


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elevator pitch

n
an informal an extremely short and pithy version of a sales pitch or business plan
[C20: from the idea that the pitch should be so short that it could be delivered during an elevator ride]
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Additionally, free workshops will be held throughout the week prior to the fair to prepare attendees to get the most from the fair, as well as provide job seekers with skills and strategies for a successful job search, including resume preparation and review, and crafting an elevator pitch.
Teams of 3 to 5 students are tasked to come up with their respective business ideas and present a three-minute elevator pitch to a panel of judges and a live audience.
Samir Bechouel, directeur general de l'Agence de promotion de l'industrie et de l'innovation, partenaire local de "SwitchMed " en Tunisie, a declare que l'evenement Elevator Pitch, lequel entre dans le cadre du projet "SwitchMed" , est " une excellente initiative pour booster la creation d'entreprise en Tunisie.
Press Photo - Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar awarded CEO of Nawah-Scientific Omar Sakr the elevator pitch prize CAIRO - 10 December 2017: Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar awarded CEO of Nawah-Scientific Omar Sakr the elevator pitch prize, at the Africa 2017 Forum.
Staff at Five to One, which is named for a 1968 song by The Doors, give guests an elevator pitch with the bar's philosophy: "We developed a program that cuts down dramatically on waste in the bar industry, while providing consistent flavors to our guests.
To help drive awareness of the TELUS Pitch contest, a life-sized custom elevator is travelling the country, stopping at local small business events to give entrepreneurs the opportunity to step in and deliver their 60 second live elevator pitch.
Entrepreneurs aged 16-25 can attend a free confidence-building workshop with Stifyn Parry at the Introbiz Expo Pre-Biz from 10am, aimed at helping young people perfect their elevator pitch.
John Salt, group sales director, said: "Our latest research shows that first impressions count, and that nailing an elevator pitch, a short presentation to sell themselves to potential employers, is more important in interviews than ever.
Easy Dam also won a $2,000 award in the elevator pitch competition, which was judged by the luncheon audience.
we're looking for people to explain their technology as they would a client - their elevator pitch as you will.
amp;nbsp;Described as "an elevator pitch on wheels," UberPitch, as the service is called, will give prospective entrepreneurs the chance to take a ride with investors and possibly win investment for their companies.
The pilot was focused on four key universities; participants from IBA, KSBL, LSE and LUMS underwent a series of assessments, starting with The Elevator Pitch elimination round.