Can you afford
to lose your next pitch?

In the new business environment caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, business is won or lost on remote platforms such as Zoom, Webex, etc.

Pitching remotely isn’t simply presenting in front of your computer camera instead of face-to-face. It involves a different set of skills and techniques.  

There is a significant risk that even the best qualified client pitch team can lose a pitch because of the medium as well as the message. 

However strong their credentials may be, teams that are unprepared or unfamiliar with the limitations AND potential of these online platforms will be at a disadvantage. 

In online pitching, every variable needs to be managed carefully.  How you look, how you work as a team, how you manage technology, materials and time, and how you handle Q&A all need to be handled differently from in-person meetings.  Ultimately, the purposefulness that is needed can too easily be overlooked. 

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To quote a Templar investment banking client: “Pitches can be stressful at the best of times. The need to pitch remotely can accentuate this tension. It can also create a decisive competitive advantage if you prepare adequately and master these techniques.”


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