Every entrepreneur needs to master the art of delivering a compelling elevator pitch. While an actual elevator is rarely involved, it's the brevity of an elevator ride that's important to keep in mind. The idea being that when someone asks what your company does, you can deliver a summary that sparks their interest in less than 40 seconds. Like anything else, practice makes perfect and as you get more used to delivering your pitch it will sound natural even though it should be carefully prepared and rehearsed. To help you nail your elevator pitch, Jeff Bercovivi shares here some top tips from founders and the lessons they learned from a pitch contest.
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