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"Nail Your Start-Up Pitch"
You love your idea, your parents think it is great, but how do you pitch it to customers, needed talent, and funders? Learning to pitch well is a skill every entrepreneur needs, and some of Louisville’s best are coming together to teach you how to do it. Learn from their mistakes.
This class is the first of 2 sessions in the IF University "Pitch School." The second class session will be Thursday, January 17. The cost of both classes is included in the admission price. The facilitators/mentors will help you improve your pitching skills and refine your offerings. We will start by looking at what makes a great pitch, then we practice, tweak, practice, tweak. You, your mentors and your fellow entrepreneurs will all work to help everyone fine tune their pitch.
Facilitators: Louisville entrepreneurs Tom Cottingham, Kim Spalding, Greg Langdon.
Suggested preparation: Participants must have a pitch prepared before the first session, and homework will be assigned between the two sessions. Participants must be willing to work independently to develop their pitch and be committed to completing the homework assignments.
204 N Floyd St
IF University is a new platform and ecosystem for creative thinkers, innovators, and curious minds to teach classes, attend classes and bring unexpected ideas to the forefront to build and support a culture of innovative thinking. Built on the “Stay Curious” premise of the annual IdeaFestival® in Louisville, IF University is designed to inspire new and novel thinking all year round by hosting classes and events on a wide variety of topics held in public venues. All IF University classes and events are non-credit learning experiences, with an emphasis on the intersections between varied topics and multiple disciplines. Ideas at Play, that's IF University.
IF University is a division of the IdeaFestival® , the non-profit organization dedicated to fresh thinking, new connections and innovation that matters.