Preparing your pitch to potential investors can be really intimidating.
Maybe you feel overwhelmed trying to decide how to best deliver your pitch.
You're unsure of who would best receive your pitch.
The idea of having to answer questions that arise is scary, because you're afraid you won't have the "right" answers.
You want to deliver the perfect pitch, but you're stuck.
As your pitch coach, I help innovators like you package and perfect a winning pitch.
In this Pitch Clinic, you will learn the power of a good pitch, analyze your current pitch, and build a plan to craft a winning pitch in 30 days or less.
Stop wondering how to move forward so you can focus on creating impact and growing your enterprise with the right partners.
10 Steps to the Perfect Pitch Guidebook: follow a proven outline used by fellow innovators to raise impact capital.
Pitch Self Assessment Tool: learn the power of a great pitch and apply it to your current deck.
Promo Code for a Coaching Session: review your pitch with Coach Paul Wright and develop a plan to be pitch-ready in 30 days.
During those years, I saw two big problems:
1. Impact investors have trouble getting money out the door to the right projects.
2. Owners of social enterprises have trouble finding the right investors who understand their unique model.
This is why these courses were created: to help businesses learn more about social enterprise, to teach owners how to start or transition to a social enterprise, and for owners learn how and where to look for investors and position themselves to get the funding they need to grow (and is right there waiting for them).
I'd love to have you join us. See you in class!
Joan had the passion and the know-how, but not the right partners.
She felt stuck, like she was always pitching to the wrong audience, because they never saw the value in what she had to offer.
Joan signed up for Perfect Pitch Coaching to refine her pitch and identify investors.
Within 30 days, Joan had repackaged her pitch and identified interested investors.
Why did this work for Joan?
She sought out guidance and insight from someone who has been there, done that.
She made the time to recraft her pitch even though she was "too busy."
She was held accountable to a specific action plan.