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This is the third and final part of the "Defining your company in marketing terms" series, you can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
In this blog, I will touch on tips to help develop credibility and provide a link to an exercise on how to develop an elevator pitch.
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When defining your company in marketing terms and preparing for promotion, establishing credibility quickly is an important part of differentiation and creating your value proposition. Think about how you can reference your strengths such as:
An effective elevator pitch should be unique, and have the following characteristics:
Develop multiple versions for different uses:
EXERCISE: Can you describe your company in 30 seconds or less? Can you write a simple sentence describing your company? What does it really say about you to your prospects, existing customers and internal staff? Do all of your employees know your elevator pitch? The Partner Messaging Framework Template is a valuable resource to help you with this process
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