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1-on-1 Pitch Coaching Session with Peter Hahn
Wed, April 5, 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Join SEG for a coaching session with an expert! Come 1-on-1 for a marketing and pitch coaching session and explore one of the most important elements of marketing your business: your elevator pitch.
What to expect from the session?
- Fine-tune product/service feasibility
- Defining market profile and size
- Basic marketing tactics
- Fine-tune start-up expenses and funding sources
- Craft a story that is compelling, clear and concise
- Avoid common mistakes that can undermine your message and vision
- Stregthen your personal presence that will inspire investors or customers to get on board
To sign up, register for a specific forty-five minute block.
Peter Hahn is currently a Professor of Business Management at the Gabelli School of Business, Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island where he specializes in Entrepreneurship education and training for undergraduates. Prior to RWU Peter was COO, President, and CEO of various mature and start-up pharmaceutical, medical device, and medical software companies in New Jersey and New England.
Outside of his teaching at RWU, Peter has served as an advisor to many non-profit organizations in Rhode Island. His work with NFPs includes strategic and tactical marketing, resource development, and long-range financial planning. He serves on the Advisory Council of the 134 Collaborative in Providence which focuses on multi-dimensional approaches to treating social issues in the state. Peter is also a member of the Advisory Council of the URI Graduate School of Oceanography where he advises the Dean and Council on curriculum marketing and fund raising strategy. He is currently working with the Board of the Kingston Chamber Music Festival in Southern Rhode Island on a long-range financial plan. In addition, he has served as coach and workshop instructor to social venture start-ups in New England through the Social Enterprise Greenhouse in Providence. Peter received his MBA and doctorate from Columbia University in New York.