Putting An End To Painful Pitches

Thanks to the Internet and social media, the old-school, hard sell is dead. Yeeehaaa! PitchMasters hosts fun events, "Dragon's Den mashed with a party," that allow people to practice their pitch.

For people who want to master their pitch, PitchMasters offers workshops and works directly with clients who understand the importance of designing sales and investor pitches people actually enjoy watching.

 

Founded on the principle that pitching doesn’t have to be painful…for the person pitching OR the audience.

Fed-up with boring presentations and painful pitches, Jason Bax founded Pitchmasters to help change the way people pitch themselves, their products, services and ideas…and rid the world of crappy pitches.

Inspired by one too many boring business meetings, rigid networking groups and painful, high-pressure sales pitches, Pitchmasters aims to provide a unique environment for people to get on their feet (or observe) and learn how to give short, compelling pitches that excite people.

Pitchmasters is an organization to address the question “Where do you go to practice your pitch…in a safe, no-threatening environment?”

Pitchmasters is a mix of CBC’s Dragon’s Den (Shark Tank in US) and *Toastmasters™.
(*no affiliation)

Most people learn by doing. People learn more when the ‘doing’ is fun. More than just another business event Pitchmasters fosters an entertaining environment for learner and observer using micro-talks, demonstrations and engaging games.

Part social, part improv theater, part business event. It’s a different kind of group.

Most people learn by doing. People learn more when the ‘doing’ is fun. Pitchmasters uses an experiential learning system for people to learn how to give a great pitch. More than just another business event Pitchmasters fosters an entertaining environment for learner and observer using micro-talks, demonstrations and engaging games.

Part social, part improv theater, part business event. It’s a different kind of group.

Founder

Before representing brands like Dell, Nissan, Fisher Price, Hasbro, Purina etc…on TV, Jason Bax was the multi-million dollar producing spokesman for InternetMarketing.com, the author of Demotainment, founder of PitchMasters. He’s spoken to business audiences in Canada, USA, UK and University of Sydney, Australia and designed pitches that have won investment money on the CBC’s Dragon’s Den.

 

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