On March 20-21, Ken Morse, Co-founder, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship adviser to President Obama, held the workshop “Global Sales “ part of Business Mentoring Program (BMP).
Business Mentoring Program is a training program developed by the Post-Privatization Foundation with support of Entrepreneurship Ventures Ltd. (USA). The program curriculum is designed to match the complexity and requirements inherent to an MBA. The seminars are held by prestigious teachers from two of the most important institutions in the world: Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and INSEAD.
During the first seminar that took place on 20th of March, participants performed a 55-second elevator pitch in front of a jury of local and foreign investors, entrepreneurs and business people who have provided feedback and helped them practicing their sales and negotiation skills.
Paul Renaud, experienced Executive Coach and Professor at the Maastricht School of Management, was one of the members of the jury and he offered participants tips on how to optimize an elevator pitch.