January 24th, 2012

Startups come into Pitch Club a wad of cookie dough. They leave carved out of wood.


Startups come into Pitch Club a wad of cookie dough. They leave carved out of wood.

It’s that time again. Well, yeah. Time for slaughtering Fight Club quotes to make goofy headlines. But it’s also time for another Pitch Club, this Thursday.

That’s right. Every startup’s favorite way to practice their pitch in front of their peers—and to get the feedback they need to hone their stories.

Want to practice your startup pitch in front of people who’ve done it before? Crave the harsh criticism of your peers? Need the validation of seeing what works and what doesn’t in other pitches?

Bring your 3 minute pitch. Put your name in a hat and if it gets picked, you’re on. Leave your Powerpoint at home—just pitch. Then, answer questions and listen to painfully honest feedback from a panel of so-called experts.

You up for it? Head on over to PIE, Thursday night at 6. For more information, see Calagator.

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