How to be more memorable?
An elevator pitch can make or break your company, and often does. If you cannot articulate the value of your company, product, service, or cause within 60 seconds, you may not get the chance to be heard. An elevator pitch (or 60 second pitch) should be on the tip of your tongue so that at anytime you can sound credible, convincing, and leave your listener with a memorable moment about you and your company. Below is one of the most creative examples of an elevator pitch I have seen in a long time. In just 53 seconds, they will capture your attention and you won't look away until the end. Here it is: