#Innovation, #ARChat, #AnalystRelations This week on #ThisWeekInInnovation #podcast we discuss the 5 pieces of advice every Founder needs to know. I'm joined by Wendy Shlensky, Principal/Owner and AR Maven, Canopy Communications and Beth Torrie, Owner, Torrie Communications for a wide-ranging discussion on the art and science of analyst relations. Beth and Wendy explain why each of the below 5 points are so important. For the record I agree with all their points. Analyst Relations is really expensive. You need to know what your AR goals are Analyst Relations is slow. Timing is important. It's your job to properly educate the analysts about your company, your products, your vision, and your differentiators Wendy's contact info canopycommunication.com https://twitter.com/WLS26 https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyshlensky/ Beth's contact info: https://www.torriecommunications.com/ https://twitter.com/bethtorrie https://www.linkedin.com/in/workingmom/ This week In Innovation Podcast Hosts Jeff Roster https://twitter.com/JeffPR Brian Sathianathan https://twitter.com/BrianVision Iterate.ai Podcast Website https://www.podbean.com/pu/pbblog-f8asf-af2782 Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-innovation/id1562068014 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2QDqTUnt6jebdRHbRzSTJN
Brenden Kumarasamy Founder & President of MasterTalk.ca joined Brian and I for a discussion on how to master the art of pitching and public speaking. He's got a YouTube channel Master Your Talk with a ton of content which I highly recommend.
We talk about some strategies #founders, #retailers,#entrepreneurs, #VC's, #analysts, #professors and #students can use to improve your communication skills.
Finally we talk about some of the classic mistakes speakers make including me falling off a stage
#retail innovation #retail startups #startup strategies #clubhouse