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    Pitch Training 1: Articulating the problem and using data to define the opportunity and validate your idea

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    Event description

    This event is part of the Fishermans Bend Digital Innovation Challenge 2024 program, designed to support participants. 

    During this interactive workshop, 25eight will help participants to articulate a problem and validate their idea. The participants will be educated about how data can be used to limit any assumptions or risks and ensure that their idea can be translated into a practical application. It will be an interactive workshop where participants are encouraged to ask questions and participate in conversations.

    Participants will have access to a digital workshop and Google form created by 25eight to take notes and identify aspects they need to focus on. 

    It is encouraged that all attendees also participate in Pitch Training 2: How to communicate clearly via what you submit.

    This session will be recorded and shared with Challenge participants following the session.

    About the host

    Phil Ore is the Co-CEO and Chief Mentor at 25eight, a passionate B Corporation dedicated to enhancing the capabilities and confidence of business leaders and their teams. With a rich career spanning decades, he boasts significant global experience, highlighted by a notable 17-year tenure at Nokia.

    In the past nine years, Phil has empowered thousands with his expertise in how to create a great pitch - guiding them in sharpening their strategic thinking, defining their unique value proposition, and gaining clarity in their story through the innovative 25eight 6 Pillars Framework.

    Residing in Melbourne for over 16 years, Phil takes pride in his contributions to numerous City of Melbourne events and programs. He is passionate about harnessing technology to enrich the lives of those who live, work, and revel in the vibrancy of this extraordinary city.


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