Pitch Presentation

Saturday, September 20th, 2008 0 comments

pitch-presentation

Pitch presentations are important.

Pitching for new business is a big deal. A lot of money depends on it. Sometimes jobs depend on it. Growth depends on it.

Preparing to pitch takes time, costs money. Submitting a bid document – 100s of pages, long days, and countless revisions – is no easy task. Designing a solution – a campaign, a building, an architecture – costs $1000s. Yet for each pitch, most companies lose.

Companies lose pitches in the room, sure, but that loss is a long-time coming. Most companies just don’t do a good enough job in how they prepare for pitch presentations.

Slides prepared the day before. One rehearsal, late at night. Pitch presentation that just rehashes the tender response. Too many speakers. Slides that don’t join up. Too many slides. Not enough sleep. Unanticipated questions. No undertanding of competitors. No differentation. The wrong differentiation. No value. The wrong value.

Tedious slides, instantly forgotten. Poor presentation. Poor preparation.

Not every pitch is worth making, but if it’s worth pitching, it’s worth winning. m62 help clients to deliver pitch presentations that work. Engaging – so the audience are interested in what you say. Memorable – so your sales messages stick in the mind until they decide who to select. A structured process ensures every variable is considered. Nothing is left to chance.

We can’t guarantee you will win your pitch. But we can make sure you make the very best of your chance.

Great process. Great presentation. Great pitch.

m62 can help with your presentation needs. We are happy to contribute specialist support only as part of an ongoing project, or we can work with you to completely transform your PowerPoint presentations. To discuss your presentation requirements please contact our UK office on +44 (0)151 259 6262, or request a call back or web demonstration from our website. We work with a variety of private and public sector clients worldwide.

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