Tune in tomorrow for free media training – ClearTips

Tune in tomorrow for free media training – ClearTips

Tomorrow is a big day for early-stage startup founders, with Destruct preparing to perform at Digital Startup Street on 2020. We’re hitting the first of three exclusive, interactive webinars to help exhibitors make the most of their startup street experience.

Tune in tomorrow, August 12 at 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET for Dos and Donuts working with the press. Presenting your company to the media is both a skill and an art. It takes thought and practice – and media training can help you create a compelling story. Hundreds of journalists from around the world will be looking to force stories on Disrupt 2020 and this workshop can help you catch their eye.

Positive media exposure is essential for early stage startups. This can leave a spotlight on your business, help attract potential customers and jump-start your funding. Or, as Luke Heron, Testcard CEO and veteran startup Alleigh Demonstrator puts it:

“Coverage is the life blood of a startup. It is hard to come by cash at the start of a start-up journey, and an article from a trusted organization can help move things in the right direction. “

During yesterday’s media training, ClearTips writers and editors Greg Kumpark, Anthony Ha and Ingrid Lunden – interviewing startup startup founders – will discuss best practices while speaking with the press. You will learn what journalists look for and how to avoid the pitfalls of avoiding an interview.

If you are still on the fence about performing in Startup Alley, consider this. Clutter 2020 spans five days and is the largest, longest breakup ever. You will be able to network with thousands of attendees from all over the world. And if you buy your Disiplin Digital Startup Gully package today, you can participate in tomorrow’s media training.

You will be able to join two more webinars exclusively for Startup Alleigh exhibitors earlier this month. Check them out now and mark your calendar!

  • 19 AugustCOVID-19’s Impact on Startup World Cameron Stanfill, executive director of the Nasdaq Entrepreneurship Center and a VC analyst at PitchBook, along with panelist Nicola Corzine.
  • 26 August – Fundraising and Hiring Best Practices With panelists Sarah Kunst of Clio Capital and Brett Burson of First Round Capital.

Got your digital startup street package? Then tune in tomorrow for Dos and Don’ts to work with the press and get ready to make your best possible impact with the press on Disus 2020.

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