NACET Incubator to Offer Pitch Power Training in Phoenix
Contact: Trish Rensink
MAKE YOUR BUSINESS AND YOUR PITCH INVESTABLE WITH PITCH POWER TRAINING
Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology to Offer Pitch Power Training in Phoenix
Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology is excited to announce that they will be bringing comprehensive pitch training to the valley. The exciting program, Pitch Power, consists of 6 weekly, 3 hour sessions, designed to help investment seeking entrepreneurs secure funding for their businesses. Pitch Power will be held from January 13, 2015 to February 17, 2015 in downtown Phoenix facilitated by accomplished and acclaimed pitch coach, Tom Fulcher (the “Idea Gardener”) and assisted by a team of eight industry experts. Fulcher and his team of specialists will give entrepreneurs advice and tips to help them secure millions of dollars in investments for their company.
During each week of the program, the participants will have the opportunity to practice portions of their pitch in front of their peers and field experts. In addition, carefully selected videos and articles provide valuable tips and insight to creating the ultimate pitch. This training takes a hands-on approach and provides more constructive feedback, more development time, and more expert insight than any other pitch training. Pitch Power expertly guides and prepares participants with all the tools that they need to confidently present to real investors and get real investments.
Pitch Power training is one of the best decisions that an entrepreneur could make for the future of their business. Limited space is available. To register for the training, go to pitchpower.net or call NACET at 928-213-9234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology provides strategic services for entrepreneurs to start and grow companies that create jobs. NACET is the magnet for entrepreneurs and innovation in Northern Arizona, and the benchmark for incubation best practices in the state.