Crafting an elevator pitch for today’s attention span
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About This Event:
In 2020, attention spans are shorter than ever. When you’re pitching yourself or your business for an opportunity, it’s important to keep it short, engaging and memorable. Elevator pitches used to be over 30-seconds but now they need to be a lot shorter. So how do you do that? This session will cover what should be in your elevator pitch, how to project it in a powerful and engaging way and how to switch details based on your audience.
- Actionable steps to create an elevator pitch for 2020
- Tips on how to practice this at home before sharing it with others
- What to include to make your elevator pitch memorable
- Much more !
About the Instructor:
Bridesmaid for Hire
Jen Glantz is the Founder of Bridesmaid for Hire, along with the creator of the project Finally the Bride, the Founder of the blog The Things I Learned From, the voice of the podcast You’re Not Getting Any Younger, the Founder of the coaching business Jen & Juice, and the author of the Amazon-bestselling books, “All My Friends are Engaged” and “Always a Bridesmaid for Hire.”
She’s told her stories on hundreds of press outlets around the world, such as Good Morning America, CNN, and NPR, where they called her job the “weirdest of all time”. You can often find her on stages as a speaker for conferences, major companies and schools. In 2016, she received the “30 Under 30” award from her alma mater, University of Central Florida. She’s a freelance writer for more than 25 different websites, including NBC, Glamour Magazine, and Forbes.
Three things you have to know about her: she only eats pizza, her birthday is on April Fool’s Day and she spent 2 years living in a new city every month. Learn more on her website: Jenglantz.com and email her to say hello: [email protected]