60 Seconds in 60 Minutes (online)

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60 Seconds in 60 Minutes (online)


This course is designed for anyone who attends business networking meetings and struggles to know what to say during the introductions.

Most business networking meetings start with all participants standing up to talk about their business for 60 seconds. For many people, this can be daunting and they struggle to know what to say. Added to that, on many occasions, not everyone is paying attention. As a result, their pitch sometimes falls flat.

60 Seconds in 60 minutes is a one hour, online, training course to help you to create an interesting, informative and memorable 60 second pitch.

You will learn:

  1. How to define an objective for your pitch,
  2. How to grab the audience’s attention
  3. How to ensure that they remember how useful you can be to their business.


  • On-Demand Course

  • All levels

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long will this take to complete?

    The course is designed to be completed in 60 minutes

  • Can I review the materials more than once?

    You have a lifetime access to the course so can always go back and watch the videos and review the exercises again and again.

  • Is everything online?

    All of the materials are accessed online but you can download all of the exercises so that you can do these any where and at any time.

Course Content

Section 1
  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction to the Trainer
  3. The Equation of Sales
  4. Some things not to do
Section 2
  1. Structure of your pitch
  2. Introduction
  3. Gaining Attention
  4. Unconsidered Need
  5. Why should your customer care?
  6. Quiz
Section 3
  1. Putting it all together
  2. Examples
  3. Final Comments
  4. Conclusion, Feedback and Thanks

About Hoolock Consulting

Hoolock Consulting
Hoolock Consulting

Hoolock Consulting helps sales professionals to improve their performance through training and coaching so that they can win more deals and generate more revenue.

It is our experience that many people in a sales role have never been taught how to sell effectively.  They are given the job and are expected to get on with it without much support or direction.  Quite often they do not understand the sales process or stop to think about why a customer would buy a product.  Training, when provided, is often generic and fails to focus on the specific products and customers that the sales person is dealing with.  

At Hoolock Consulting, we believe that it does not need to be like this.  With some basic training and coaching, focussed on their products and customers, sales people can become more effective at what they do, have happy, contented customers and can generate lots of revenue for their company.  

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