The Perfect 60 Second Business Pitch

How to write and deliver a brilliant Elevator Pitch: make connections, find prospects and win new clients in a minute flat

K+K Hotel, Kensington Feb 27th 10am – 5pm

Do you spend hundreds of pounds each year to belong to networking groups but your 60 second business pitch fails to hit the mark?
Are you lacking in creativity and use the same old script month after month?
Are your fellow members paying attention when you speak, or practising their own pitch in their heads?
What you’ll get from attending this workshop:

Learn what it takes to craft a highly effective 60 second pitch

Strategise on the various kinds of 60 second pitches that will show off you and your business in the best light

Roll up your sleeves and create 3-6 new pitches

Experience expert coaching in both business ideation and public speaking to help you hone your content and delivery

Rehearse your pitch in front of the group and receive peer feedback

Take home tip sheets and step by step guides so you’ll never be at a loss for what to say again


Our venue is the boardroom of the elegant, boutique K+K hotel in Kensington, just 2 minutes’ walk from Earls Court tube station.

Enjoy lunch plus morning and afternoon tea and pastries, included in your fee.

Both men and women are invited to attend.

public speaking workshop 60 second pitch

Only 16 spots available

Fee: £197
To facilitate plenty of hands on experience and feedback from coaches Amy and Shola, we will have maximum 16 delegates in attendance.

Coaching and facilitation by Public Speaking Coach Shola Kaye, and Motivational Business Coach Amy Deane

Pay now by Paypal or Credit/Debit Card

Any questions? Contact us to find out more.

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Co-presenting the workshop will be motivational business coach, Amy Deane of Encourage.

Amy has been coaching, training and running masterminds since 2001.

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Thank you for hosting the event last night. It was very rewarding and refreshing to be amongst like-minded women with a personal goal towards self-development.
I’ve already told so many colleagues about your event who want to attend the next one.
I’m sure you will be happy to hear, I am finding I’m much more readily up for engaging in conversation with people at work, usually one to one. Generally feeling less anxious about speaking up, which is quite a revelation. I even spoke to somebody in the company that I’ve hardly spoken to in nearly 10 years of being there, although, she is usually on a different floor.

I also enjoyed meeting the other women who were at the meeting, including yourself of course. Such a wonderful venue too, I’m glad the next one is at the same place.

It was great to know that many women are in the same situation as myself. I feel positive that I will develop my confidence and public speaking
Thanks so much for all this – really helpful. Tuesday evening was great: a lovely, spacious, central venue and such supportive, friendly atmosphere. Yours and Jay’s stories were really inspiring.