Elevator pitch

Posted: April 30, 2011 in Innovation

Elevator pitch

It’s a skill every businessperson needs. How to create it, rehearse it, and tailor it for a specific audience?

According to Wikipedia: An elevator pitch is a short summary used to quickly and simply define a product, service, or organization and its value proposition.[1] The name “elevator pitch” reflects the idea that it should be possible to deliver the summary in the time span of an elevator ride, or approximately thirty seconds to two minutes.[2][3]

How’s this for an elevator pitch? 

[What do we do?] We offer project management consultancy services [Whom do we do it to?] to SMEs & non-profit organizations in the Gulf & Levant regions [What problems do we solve?] to assist institutions with organization, management, efficiency, clarity, growth, nimbleness, simplicity and effectiveness and also with managing and delivering multiple initiatives on time, on budget, within scope & quality standards.

[How? Why should you care?] We do that by providing the right mix of domain expertise, industry knowhow, tools, training, methodology and atmosphere to institute a practical, affordable and quickly-adaptable discipline. [Why are we different?] We are a boutique firm, a team of high-performance and innovation-driven principle consultants with former big-4 experience and the right mix of success ingredients that constantly challenge the status quo and think inside and out of the box. [incubated @ http://www.zaarour.me]

joe zaarour

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  1. Joe Zaarour says:

    Or maybe this sounds better:

    For corporate leaders who want to improve management and project performance, we are a Project ‎Management consultancy boutique that offers the right mix of domain expertise, industry knowhow, ‎tools, training, methodology and atmosphere to institute a practical, affordable and quickly-adaptable ‎management discipline. Unlike other consultancies our success potion is well proves and trusted by ‎many big 4 consulting firm’s customers.

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