Elements of an Elevator Pitch



Elements of an Elevator Pitch

Learn how to communicate your brand and achieve your “15 minutes” of fame! Join me and our XPX EP board members for a virtual meetup after work where Jim Klein, President of Acrobat Marketing Solutions, Inc., will explain the elements of an elevator pitch. Registration is encouraged and there is no attendance fee for this event.

The goal of the XPX Emerging Professionals group is to connect like-minded, career driven and entrepreneurial individuals who are early in their career by providing networking and learning opportunities that are in line with the XPX core principals. Invite a colleague or friend that you think will benefit from XPX!

The Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) is a multi-disciplinary professional organization aimed at providing education and networking opportunities to those who service company owners. XPX member’s help owners build sustainable businesses and help them plan and execute successful exits.

I look forward to meeting you!

Nermin Avdic, XPX Chicago Emerging Professional Chair

Our Speaker:

James Klein, President of Acrobat Marketing Solutions, Inc.

James Klein created Acrobat because after three decades on the ever-changing front lines of marketing, he recognized that there was a need. And it wasn’t being filled.

James observed that many enterprises— professional services and operating entities alike—often require a fresh, outside viewpoint to help define or confirm their assumptions, develop effective messages and introduce contemporary tactics leading to success. Attorneys as well as those tasked specifically to “sell” are normally very bright and very proficient at their profession, but they may never have learned the skills or taken the time to develop a marketing and business development approach that will allow them to define and reach goals.

James has a B.A. from the University of Illinois and an Masters in Advertising and Marketing from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism.

Program produced by XPX Chicago  Emerging Professionals.

Updated: Oct 12, 2021

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