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Demo Days and Pitch Competitions are the lifeblood of any stage Startup looking to get your message out to a large audience. With only a few minutes to broadcast your idea to the world, you need to stand out.
Use this toolset to practice your pitch and discover what topics are most likely to go over your time limit. Practice doesn’t always make perfect, PERFECT practice does.
Look, we’ve been there. Being on stage for the first time to talk about your idea can be torture for those that don’t enjoy public speaking. In fact, Glossophobia (the fear of public speaking) affects 75% of the world’s population. You’re not alone.
However as any good founder will tell you – becoming prepared and practicing is the foundation of getting comfortable on stage. Your message needs to be heard – and the audience can’t wait to hear your story.
Make the repetition meaningful and improve each time you run through your speech. Using this template, you can track your progress and improvement every time. Demo Day here we come.
With the pitch perfect template, founders can get visual timings of their speech
Find which slides need more practice to get under your narrow time limits
Data sent to online dashboards instantly shows which topics take too long
Get comfortable with your speech and focus on what really matters – being heard.
> Track the timings of each slide as you practice your speech
> See real time dashboards of actual timings compared across attempts
> Compare your results to work on pacing yourself between topics
> Prioritize the slides that need the most work to become comfortable
> Drastically increase your chances of winning your demo day
Using the TANDM Pitch Perfect Template, you can feel more confident on stage that the time you are given will be time well spent. Keep on topic and wow the audience with your message – all without worrying about going over your time limits or eating into your Q&A with judges.