3 Examples of Elevator Pitches
Take inspiration from the following elevator pitch examples:
Hi, I’m [name, position] from QuickBooks.
Do you find it challenging to navigate all the intricacies of Goods and Service Tax?
Our company founders hated dealing with all the complicated forms, too.
That’s why they created a tool to guide business owners through the process step-by-step.
Do you have 15 minutes this week to discuss how our solution can help your business?
Questions can be an engaging tool to use in your elevator pitches. This one helps to refer to a common pain point that establishes rapport through empathy. The message goes on to provide a solution to the issue before requesting a time to discuss it further.
Hi, I’m [name, position] from [company name]
Did you know that X hours are wasted each week on unnecessary admin in sales teams?
This time would be better spent pursuing leads.
[company name] is a game changer as it automatically takes care of data entry and low-value tasks for you, freeing up time for tasks that matter.
Do you have time for a call this week to hear how we can save you time?
People are intrigued by stats. In this example, an interesting statistic is used to highlight a pain point. It highlights the productivity costs of unnecessary admin before suggesting a tool to provide a solution and improve sales performance.
At QuickBooks, we’re all about removing the stress of tax season.
Laura, a business owner in Sydney, used to dread tax season, spending hours amid mountains of paperwork.
Now that she uses QuickBooks, tax season is painless.
She loves that the software automatically tracks her GST obligations.
Can we organise a chat to share how we can help with your taxes?
Adding customer examples to your elevator pitches can demonstrate credibility. This example portrays a clear ‘before and after’ scenario showing how the product helps the consumer.