Learning to Pitch Yourself
Adam Paulisick. Data Driven Creative
May 17th from 12-1 PM
You may be good at selling a product, or selling your artwork, or selling information that you teach, but can you pitch yourself?
Adam Paulisick is a Pittsburgh native turned private equity investor who went on to lead a successfully-acquired startup and the parent companies' international commercial strategy team. In this dynamic workshop, Adam will show you how to develop a commercial that is all about you. You'll walk away with a message that helps you to stand out in a crowd and become the person that everyone notices.
Community Creative School events are free and open to everyone. Classes take place in downtown Pittsburgh at Bruno Works on 945 Liberty Avenue, Suite 500.
Be there or be square—and don’t forget to bring your lunch!
When & Where
Bruno Works Community Creative School
Once a month during the Friday lunch hour, Bruno Works pushes away the desks to make room for the Community Creative School, a learning hub for creatives of all sorts in our downtown loft. Here, we will present our Lunchtime Creative Sandwich: twenty minutes of creative learning sandwiched between networking and time for questions. Each one-hour talk starts at noon.
We’ve recruited an eclectic group of unconventional trailblazers to teach design, entrepreneurship, art, and share big ideas in a pop-up classroom free and open to the public.
The Community Creative School is brought to you free by Bruno Works, work space for tiny little start-ups. Downtown desks starting at just $150 per month.