Gain the confidence to deliver your ideas in a clear and concise fashion
What happens after your training? You could be eligible to take your pitch to the next level!
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“Everyone, everywhere will benefit from the art of a perfect pitch.”
-Sam, PitchCamp Participant

PitchCamp is an interactive workshop series to help you present your ideas so they get supported sooner than later. Whether you are looking to find investment, the next customer or to build enthusiasm for your idea around the board table PitchCamp can help.

PitchCamp has coached over 1,000 startups, entrepreneurs, students and researchers in the art of getting their message across clearly and concisely result;ting in garnering support for their idea sooner than later. A competitive edge.

There are two versions of the workshop, an in-person session hosted in your area and the NEW webinar series designed to fit into your schedule! Both versions offer you the same 1-on-1 hands on experience with our experienced mentors. If PitchCamp sounds like the right fit for you, visit our website today to learn more and register for the upcoming workshop!

As an innovative coaching program, we understand when our clients go looking for funding or support for their ideas they can find it challenging to get their message across in a fashion that others can clearly understand. While our clients inherently knows their idea “extremely” well, that message doesn’t always come across clearly to the audience

Well, very few of us have been coached in the art of pitching or proposal writing especially from the standpoint of the audience in mind. With research on over 950 PitchCamp workshop participants indicates why we are not receiving as much support for our ideas as we could be:

  • We don’t recognize the need to compete or sell ourselves and we often think our idea will sell itself through a proposal or 30 minute briefing
  • For a number of reasons our audience simply doesn’t get the message we are trying to deliver to industry partners or funders
  • We design our pitch/proposals around what we want to tell our audience, not necessarily what they need to hear/know
  • Bottom line… Our ideas receive less support resulting in limited opportunities for growth and success.


PitchCamp has been designed with these problem points in mind!

Here’s How We Fix This!