- Entrepreneur Candace Klein to Give Pitching Strategies at Event -
Whether you are working on a start-up, raising capital, pitching an idea to your team or pitching yourself at a job interview, Candace Klein can help. Klein, a successful entrepreneur, will teach the art of pitching at a special live event, “Creating Your Own Perfect Pitch,” on Feb. 6, 2012. The event is sponsored by The Women Tech Council (WTC) and Entrepreneurs Circle.
Wednesday Feb. 6, 2013
209 East 500 South Salt Lake City, UT
- To register for the event, visit http://wtccreatingyourperfectpitch2013.eventbrite.com/. -
At age 31, Klein has won 25 business competitions. She’s raised $1.2 million in equity and approximately $500,000 in prizes. As the founder and CEO of two successful startup companies, Klein knows what it takes to formulate a winning business strategy. Of particular interest to Klein is helping women-owned startups. One of her companies, Bad Girl Ventures is focused on educating and funding female entrepreneurs. The other is an online lending platform, SoMoLend.com, which helps small business get loans through their social network, as well as traditional financial lenders.
Event participants will learn some of Klein’s best tips, including:
- How to get the audience to say, “Please tell me more”
- How to effectively share your personal story
- How to sell the problem before selling the solution
- How to make your pitch engaging and succinct
Klein will also walk participants through common pitching pitfalls and teach them to convey their passion.
For more information, visit: www.womentechcouncil.org.
About Women Tech Council
Founded in 2007, the Women Tech Council was designed to be an advocate for women who are currently working for technology companies and for those that may work for businesses in other market sectors working with technology in their job roles.
We provide leadership, resources and mentoring for women while maintaining a strong bond with the business community supporting avenues for top technology talent and visible sponsorship opportunities. We support women-owned and women-operated technology companies. We pride ourselves on recognizing women leaders and entrepreneurs in the technology business and supporting them.
For more information on Women Tech Council, visit: www.womentechcouncil.org.