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An 'elevator pitch', 'elevator speech', or 'elevator statement' is a short description of an idea, product or company that explains the concept in a way such that any listener can understand it in a short period of time (20 to 30 seconds).wikipedia
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An "elevator pitch" is a short summary of the plan's executive summary.
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The concept of an elevator pitch, as created by Crosby, did not receive much popularity until two statisticians, Gerry Hahn from General Electric and Tom Boardman, a professor at the University or Colorado, started to push the concept onto other statisticians.
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Each summer, the major American broadcast television networks – including ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, and NBC – receive about 500 brief elevator pitches each for new shows from writers and producers.
Chris Westfall is an American motivational speaker, entrepreneur and author based in Houston, TX, best known as the national elevator pitch champion.
An elevator pitch had to be used while presenting to a community partner.
Elevator pitch, a very short sales presentation, allegedly short enough to be made during an elevator ride
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Trask gets on another elevator with Jack and Tess, where Tess then gives her elevator pitch to Trask, telling him the roundabout way in which she came up with the idea for the merger.
The day of activities is also marked by the Project Plan Pitch and Elevator Pitch Competition in which students are judged on presentation of their idea and feasibility; many competitors spin-out companies and business ventures from their projects.
Angels Den provides various offline pitch events such as "SpeedFunding" events, where entrepreneurs present short elevator pitches to numerous investors on a one-to-one basis.
In partnership with Startup Canada, a nonprofit organization that "advances entrepreneurial success in Canada", Fundica created Startup Contest, an annual, national pitch competition for Canadian entrepreneurs trying to start new businesses.
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In 2004, UU World magazine asked for contributions of "elevator speeches" explaining Unitarian Universalism.
On each of the episode, software makers have 60 seconds to pitch their idea in front of the judges (Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, will.i.am and Gary Vaynerchuk) on a slow-moving escalator—for a visual idea of an "elevator pitch".
A committee has been established to consider research and thought leadership in the ERM field (including what the “elevator speech” on ERM issues might be, definition of the scope of ERM and demonstration of the value of ERM).
All teams that submit an executive summary are eligible to compete in the elevator pitch competition for a cash prize.
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Editors-at-large are more independent; they are allowed their own preferences in the content they have to generate, and they do not always have to pitch their ideas to the main editor.
Elevator pitch: A short format pitch that takes an elevator journey to explain.
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