Your elevator pitch.
Your one chance to make a first impression.

“Elevator Pitch” Training from Your Office or Home

Whether to raise money, persuade co-workers, or pitch a new project: The power with which we present our ideas makes all the difference. founder and CEO Marc Fest specializes in helping clients worldwide perfect their presentations and elevator pitches from the comfort of their office or home via video conferencing. It is easy, fun, and highly effective, and based on the power of the Message House Method. Watch the video below to find out more about our training methodology.  If you have questions, please contact us.

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Trainee Testimonials

“The coaching on how to create an impactful presentation was invaluable.”
Anne Karle-Zenith, Metropolitan New York Library Council
“Listening to my presentation with the help of a coach really helped me focus and fine-tune what I wanted to communicate to my audience.”
Alex Quinn, Executive Director,
“My work with Marc made my presentation better, clearer, and more effective.”
Jason Griffey, Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University
“Rehearsing my presentation with Marc really made a difference, and it didn’t take much time at all. Marc gave me great tips that I will use for future presentations too.”
Sharon Streams, director, WebJunction
“Our presentation went really well, and your guidance on the structure of the presentation and on the slides was immensely valuable.”
Tom Huang, Sunday & Enterprise Editor, The Dallas Morning News
“Thank you for taking the time with us to help make the presentation the best it could be.”
Nicholas Higgins, Director, Outreach Services at Brooklyn Public Library
“The presentations were all stellar thanks to you! I felt very comfortable with ours and appreciated your input.”
Jo Giudice, Director of Libraries, City of Dallas
“Working with Marc over phone and Skype was super easy and a huge help, and the design work on the slides was a major boost.”
Jon Voss, Strategic Partnerships Director, Historypin