McFerrin Methods are thought-provoking workshops that provide an opportunity to network with entrepreneurial-minded individuals as well as expand your knowledge base. Most McFerrin Methods are open to Texas A&M current students, faculty, staff, and the local Bryan/College Station community. Registration is required but free to all individuals.
McFerrin Methods: Pitch Perfect with Chris Westfall
February 19 | 6:00pm | Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center
Whether you’re pitching your startup to a group of Angel investors or presenting to your company’s CEO your ability to concisely convey your message will determine if you sink or swim. At this McFerrin Methods you’ll learn a multitude of techniques that will help you deliver the perfect pitch time and time again. Chris Westfall is a dynamic keynote speaker and business coach who has helped reinvigorate fortune 100 companies around the world. In addition Chris is an acclaimed author, has coached teams appearing on Shark Tank and Dragon’s Den, and serves as a consultant for startups and technology firms. Join us for this very special McFerrin Methods during which Chris Westfall will walk you through strategies that will help improve your business pitch and leave your investors asking “tell me more”.
McFerrin Methods: The Modernizing of Business with Reveal Modern
March 20 | 6:00pm | Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center
With the adoption of new online technologies, the world of business and the environment in which businesses operate continually shifts into new realms of possibilities every year. Reveal Modern, a student-founded company launched out of Startup Aggieland in 2017, capitalized on this shift and was established with the goal of taking the pressure of online business off of its clients. Through a discussion covering Website Development & Design, Data Analytics & Machine Learning, plus Digital Marketing & Reporting, Reveal Modern will highlight the most important practices any business can apply in order to successfully leverage the online world to their benefit.
Questions regarding workshops? Email us at McFerrin@mays.tamu.edu
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