Great brands are about great stories.
I consult these time-challenged business owners on how to build teams, delegate effectively and ultimately become more productive and profitable.
Your experience A great idea is nothing without the right people to turn it into a business. The goal is to spark interest.
The end goal is to make connections, get a meeting, and get permission to explain your business in more detail. Your Ideal Clients: Use your target audience description as a guide and write a sentence or two about who your ideal clients are.
Pitching is a skill, and just like all skills, there are ways to perfect it. I have figured out a formula that can help just about any entrepreneur build a team and delegate effectively, giving them the time they need to grow their businesses, explore new endeavors and take time off, knowing their businesses will continue to prosper in their absence.
Who You Are: Write one sentence about yourself. My team and I have more than 30 years experience in the trucking industry and are well positioned to grow this business significantly. If you have already accomplished notable milestones, you should mention those.
Show traction with milestones The final key element of your elevator pitch is conveying your business milestones, or your schedule.
Show the Dragons that the opportunity to invest is truthfully fleeting. Market segmentation You should try and divide your target market into segments—smaller groups of people whom you expect to market to.
As long as you, as an entrepreneur, are solving a problem that customers have, you can build a business.