Where – Worksource Washington
204 SE.StoneMill Dr Suite 215
When – 11:30 Networking 12 Noon Presentation Mondays
#GivingTuesday brought to our attention by Peter Bascetta
An “elevator speech” is that brief moment you have to introduce yourself to a prospective business prospect at chance-opportunities, like when you meet on an elevator, the doors close, and you have just seconds before they open again at the next floor. Be concise, courteous, and memorable.“ Maybe ask a question to get your prospect invested. Start with your name and your company, and end with your name and your company. The fewer words you can use the better. No abbreviations or “big” words they’ll have to think about to figure out what you mean. You’re looking to be remembered and create a reason for him/ her to contact you later; You’re not selling (yet)!