During this course you will review your business plan with our business pros and learn what information to extract and utilize in the pitch deck.
Start out with a template and business concept, walk out with insight into your operations, concept and confidence to pitch!
You will leave this training with...
- A pitch deck template.
- Tips and tricks on how to be a successful and confident presenter.
- Methods in capturing investors; attention.
- An aesthetically pleasing and effective presentation.
For those of you who don’t have a business plan ready? That’s okay! We will help you create one!
All participants are encouraged to schedule an appointment with our business advisor for free one-on-one consulting to review their business plan and pitch deck template.
We encourage you to take Trax and help keep our air clean. Please use the Library Square stop on the red line to arrive at the Salt Lake Chamber offices.
If you are driving, park in the west side of the parking lot on the corner with 400 South and State Street. Enter our surface lot heading west on 400 S. When you arrive, proceed to the left/west (monthly and validated parking) area and take a ticket and pass through the yellow parking gate. We will provide validations upstairs at the front desk for this parking lot only.
Do not enter on the right/east side and park in the two rows closest to the building or you will have to pay in advance and we will not be able to validate your parking.
Please note that we are not able to guarantee parking for everyone in our lot.
If you are unable to find parking in our lot you can use the flowing link to find more parking options to park downtown: http://www.parkingslc.com/maps-and-apps/parking-finder-map
About Clancy Stone
A native Idahoan, Clancy fell in love with non-profit work while attending Idaho State University and spending her spring breaks traveling the country and working with non-profits. She has also been a champion of women in the workplace since she served as a military officer in the United States Army. Clancy carried this passion into corporate America where she witnessed highly qualified women getting passed over for promotions because of their gender. Realizing women needed understanding of their strengths and how to leverage those so they could be leaders in their industries and live their best lives. Clancy left corporate America and set out in the coaching field to help women break through those glass ceilings. Now Clancy provides support to women as the Business Advisor with the WBCUtah.