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Pitch perfect


Networking is critical in the business community, but how can you be sure to make a good impression when you meet a potential client or business partner?

Sometimes you only have 60 seconds to make a connection. Your name, company and job title are basic talking points, but making your pitch memorable is key. You want to establish rapport by having a friendly, confident presence. Perhaps try to personalize your pitch by sharing a success story.

For more than just fundamental tips, check out Bill Ganon’s, The Ganon Group, flash workshop on perfecting your pitch: One to Two … On You!

– Haley Pegg, New Orleans Chamber

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