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Everybody gets better at
Pitch Club

Pitching your startup doesn’t need to suck. Pitch Club's members meet regularly to learn how to improve their pitching skills and practice, with expert help and the support of a growing community.

What happens at
Pitch Club?

Pitch Club members meet monthly after work on a weeknight to spend a few hours in a supportive and constructive group. Your coach manages the session, using a proven methodology and personalised training to help you improve.

Pitching at Pitch Club

Who's behind Pitch Club?

Alan Jones pitching at Pitch Club

Pitch Club's founder is Australia's favourite startup pitch coach, Alan Jones.

You may remember him from coaching startup founders on their pitches at...

  • Australia's best-known accelerator Startmate

  • As well as Atto, BlueChilli, Catalysr, Collider, CyRise, Fishburners, Monash Generator, Moonshot, muru-D, QUT Collider, Remarkable, Sydney School of Entrepreneurship, Sydney University Genesis, UNE, UNSW and UTS Startups.

The Rules of Pitch Club

Every good club has rules and so does ours.

  • Everybody talks about Pitch Club

  • Everybody pitches at Pitch Club

  • Everybody practices between Pitch Clubs

How do I join?

Pitch Club is limited to 20 active members. (An "active member" is someone who attended the last Pitch Club). Members get first priority on places at the next Pitch Club. If there are no places available when you register get in touch about joining us when a place is next available.

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