How to Pitch in 60 seconds

How to pitch in 60 seconds


17th June 2015 @ Future Business Centre Cambridge


Organised by Future Business Centre


Have you been put on the spot during networking and asked to pitch in 60 seconds?


Do you find more people's pitches sound fake and uninteresting but you want to stand out?


Come to this session and leave with a clear content and structure for your pitch. By the end of the session you will…

•    Learn the recipe for pitching in 60 seconds
•    Learn what information you should put in your pitch
•    Learn how to talk about your business


Who would benefit?


Any business owner, business development manager or sales staff


"Adelina helped me learn how to deliver a memorable, confident pitch. She helped me focus on and clarify the benefits that I am bringing to my customers. As we kept pitching to each other, by the end of the session I even had a new client. Your business needs this woman." Jelena Aleksic, Founder of Science Writing UK & Post-Doctoral Research Associate,  University of Cambridge


About the facilitator:


Adelina Chalmers is an award winning professional speaker who runs presentation skills consultancy company Presenting Good Practice and is an expert at transforming abstract information into engaging, memorable and successful pitches. She coaches technology company founders who want to gain investment, generate leads or win more contracts and her clients secured millions of pounds investment from national and international investors. She has also won numerous speech competitions applying the recipes for speeches she created, including the East of England Impromptu Speech Competition in 2012.




The event will take place at the Allia Future Business Centre, Cambridge. How to find us.


To register


This event is free of charge and you do not need to be a tenant at the centre to attend. Places are limited; click here to book your place. If you find you are unable to attend, please contact us or 01223 781200 so the place can be offered to someone else.