VIDEO: In it to win it – pitch like an expert!

Now in its eighth year, ENGEN Pitch & Polish has helped 10 000 entrepreneurs improve the way they present their business to potential investors. Having a polished pitch is the key to growing your business.

THIS WEEKEND, all delegates will be taken through unique, experience-based entrepreneurial training, developed by Raizcorp during the first part of the day. Best-selling author, international speaker and TV talk-show host, Justin Cohen, will be the facilitator this year.

“ENGEN Pitch & Polish allows me to combine my two major passions, personal development and entrepreneurship, in a way that effects real change. I look forward to seeing you there,” said Justin.

After Justin’s training, contestants will be given the opportunity to pitch their idea or business to the audience. Contestants can improve their pitches based on feedback from both Justin and the audience.

Irina Bogomolova and Gareth Echardt at a previous Engen Pitch & Polish competition final.

ENGEN Pitch & Polish, in collaboration with Engen Petroleum, Nedbank, Raizcorp, and media partners SAfm and Caxton Local Media, culminates in a final event held in Johannesburg where the winners of the regional rounds compete to take home the title of the ultimate pitch champion of 2017.

Register as a delegate to attend the workshop for free THIS WEEKEND. And, if you feel you have what it takes, complete the online entry form, and stand the chance to be selected as a contestant. Either way, you will learn valuable lessons, including:

  • How to turn your idea into a business
  • How to connect with like-minded individuals
  • How to take your business to the next level, and most importantly
  • How to pitch your business to potential investors or bank managers.

Register now for this fun, motivational and free workshop at the Braamfontein Recreation Centre, corner of Harrison and Smit Streets, Johannesburg.

Details: Book by SMSing PITCH to 43719 (charged at 50c per SMS) or visit www.pitchandpolish.com.

 

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