A pitch is a short, verbal presentation of your idea - the goal is to get your audience "hooked" (interested in your idea) and wanting to learn more.
For this competition, we give you 5 minutes to:
Judges will get a chance to ask you questions, so don't try to squeeze too much into your pitch. Instead, focus on sparking interest and introducing your idea about the issue. The questions will
give you a chance to explain more of your reasoning - the more facts the better!
Learn more about building a pitch here: http://jolts.stanford.edu/16/pitching_101_how_to_make_your_story_compelling
Questions? Email: Alex Ingold (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Organized by students, for students, the purpose of the Global Issues Challenge is to:
1) promote awareness of global business issues among the Baylor community,
2) challenge students to think and respond actively to such issues, and
3) provide an opportunity for students to exercise their rhetorical skills.
The Global Issues Challenge is organized by Global Business Connect, in partnership with the McBride Center for International Business. The GIC is a part of the annual Global Business Forum conference hosted by Baylor University and the McBride Center for International Business. Every year, the Global Business Forum assembles specialists from the academic, business, and public policy communities to explore relevant issues concerning the world economy.
Global Business Connect is a chartered student organization of Baylor University, Waco, Texas, USA.