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Training: Conversational Pitching

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 9:00am to 12:30pm

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Location

CEED
7071 Bayers Road , Suite #225
Halifax, NS, Canada

Price

$0.00

Do you have a pitch strategy that will work for you and your company? Presented in partnership with CEED, NSBI is thrilled to have Charlotte Murray walk you through the steps of conversational pitching during this fast paced three-hour session. You’ll build and practice conversational pitch skills using a variety of best practices and techniques. Getting your messaging right is a critical component to growing your business and you need more than just a slide deck once you walk off the stage. 

This training, based on Charlotte’s years of experience, will prepare you with knowledge to advance your own business or startup by clearly communicating your unique value prop. 

This event is free. Light refreshments provided.

PARKING NOTICE: You must park in spaces with white lines. The yellow lines spaces are 2 hours max. 


Agenda

9:00-9:30 — Coffee and networking 

9:30-12:30 — Conversational pitch training


Who is Charlotte Murray?

After seven years at Procter & Gamble in Switzerland and New York as manager in Strategic Procurement and Brand Management, Charlotte changed direction and joined the Startup community in Canada. She co-founded a startup, PACTA, in Halifax and raised early venture capital while signing on enterprise customers to help them with contract management.She has extensive experience pitching to audiences including at AVF, Volta and Fundica, as well as through accelerators including Propel, FounderFuel in Montreal, and Google in San Francisco. She was later taken on as COO of a scaling startup focused on data visualization to double the team and streamline their processes to scale.Charlotte is an active early investor, mentor and advisor to startups, and sits on the Board of Directors for Invest Nova Scotia which funds eco-system building initiatives. She is currently Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Propel, Atlantic Canada's leading early stage virtual accelerator supporting startups across the region and beyond.

Contact

Jessica McCall
jmccall@nsbi.ca