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Pitching for Funding: Writing a Great 60 Second Pitch

Natwest-Writing 60 Seconds Pitch

This free workshop will help London businesses write a great pitch with experts from Brunel University London/Co-Innovate and NatWest and is part of the Pitching for Funding Programme.

About this event

Writing a Great 60 Second Pitch

How well do you talk about your business? Can you explain what you do and why in around 60 seconds? If not, you will be missing opportunities to grow your business.

Take 90 minutes out of your busy day to learn more about the importance of being able to tell others about your business quickly and simply.

 These are exciting and challenging times for many London smaller businesses. Owner-managers like you want to rebuild sales after a difficult 18 months, and they tell us how getting noticed and heard above the marketing noise can be really difficult.

Experts at Brunel University and NatWest are using their expertise to help get firms like yours in a better financial and sustainable position to thrive. This free online webinar will take you through:

• Why a 60 second pitch is so important

• How using content rules will help choose your words

• What a solid pitch structure looks like

• How to perfect your pitch delivery

Join this session as we break the 60-second or ‘elevator’ pitch down into its component parts. You’ll come away with a clear understanding about what to put in and leave out and how to structure your words for maximum impact. We’ll give you all the tools, tips and hints for you to crack on with writing a pitch you’re confident with. We’ll also share some great practical tips when pitching to an audience of 1 or 100.

Facilitator

Naima Omasta-Milsom – Co-Innovate Innovation Director

Naima Omasta-Milsom, Innovation Director for Brunel University Co-Innovate project, under the Co-Innovate Journeys. Naima has nearly 20 years’ experience in business support and project management. She is also a Founder and Director of non-for profit, London Business Partnership Ltd (2012) a business support organisation that offers support and help to London’s SMEs and entrepreneurs.

Guest Speaker

Stewart Smith – Local Enterprise Manager NatWest

Stewart is the local enterprise manager for North and North West London. He works with others organisations such as Brunel University London to make sure local businesses thrive. In practical terms this involves helping them to grow through learning, networking and securing funding.

Stewart’s main aim is to support and deliver local events (at present online) and to assist business development through his customer contacts and professional referrals.

Why Co-Innovate and NatWest?

Co-Innovate at Brunel University London and its network of partners have already worked with over 900 London businesses since the programme started in 2012. Brunel University London has a global reputation of excellence in research, student employability and commercial impact.

Your business could be the perfect candidate for help and support through the Co-Innovate programme. We work with partner organisations like NatWest to gather and share expertise with owner-managers like you.

Why not get to know us better? Register for this event and see what we might do for you. When you have registered we will be in touch and will provide you with the joining instructions.

Any questions? Please contact co-innovate@brunel.ac.uk