Stories. Something we fall asleep to as kids. Stories. The oldest way of passing down history. Stories. Key to establishing a new business, getting customers, and raising money. But how do you storytell well?
Forget theory, let's practice. Join for a 2-hour workshop led by Blade Kotelly, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Gordon Engineering Leadership Program, and a panel of MIT alumni who are reputable storytellers. Twenty entrepreneurs will get the chance to pitch, get feedback on, revise, and repitch their startup stories while audience members glean actionable insights.
Apply for one of the coveted 20 pitch slots or join as an audience member. Need more? Dying for a pre-read? Check out "Made to Stick."
Apply here by April 2 - https://forms.gle/qpLUxRnZk42cZc278
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MITCNC Event Wed, Oct 5 / 6:00 pm PT
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA, 94043