I have survived Moxie Trades through pitching my little heart out.
I pitched my business to the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and obtained a loan.
I pitched to Angel Investors and gained partners.
I pitched to lenders with purchase order financing and managed purchases.
I pitched to factoring companies and managed receivables.
I pitched on Canada’s Dragons’ Den and signed the biggest deal ever done on Dragons’ Den World Wide at the time. I partnered with dragon W.Brett Wilson who was my partner for six years. In December 2015, I also signed another deal with Brett and I regained 100% control of Moxie Trades.
I pitch quarterly to my distributor who finances our inventory and distributes our footwear throughout North America.
I am also 90% directly responsible for all Moxie Trades Revenue which means I am a girl with a shoe bag and an order form.
The entrepreneurs who I have coached for Dragons’ Den were all offered deals at the time of taping. I have learned a thing or two about pitching.
If you are pitching to investors, bankers, for a pitch contest or a TV show and want to run through your presentation, let’s get you pitching!
Meeting #1 - Business Review
Meeting #2 - Business Review & Presentation
Meeting #3 - Script
Meeting #4 - Pitch Practice
Prepare your pitch once and get into business. You only get one chance to make a first impression.
This will be four - one hour sessions with prep work in between for both of us.