Tim Rowe of Cambridge Innovation Center and Kendall Sq. Assn to speak at “Pitching for Business” Feb. 23, 2012
|February 13, 2012||Posted by Anharris under Communications, Events, Topics|
The Harris Communications Group pleased to announce that Tim Rowe, founder and CEO of the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) and president of the Kendall Square Association, will kick off Harriscom’s upcoming “Pitching for Business” workshop, to be held at the CIC, 1 Broadway, in Cambridge from 3-5 on Feb. 23.
Rowe, who was featured in NPR’s “This American Life” as a judge of MIT’s 2009 $100K Elevator Speech Competition, serves on the boards of several private companies. Prior to his current roles, Tim was a Manager with the Boston Consulting Group in Boston and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute in Tokyo. Tim holds a BA from Amherst College and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
In this interactive workshop, seasoned communication experts will offer tips on how to develop and deliver a succinct, powerful pitch. We’ll then break into small groups for coaching and practice–with
Moderator: Anita Harris, President, Harris Communications Group; former national tv journalist and
- Ann Getman, Principal, Getman Strategic Communications; former Boston chapter president, Public Relations Society of America
- Aaron Niederhelman, founder, INNOVATE Boston, former VP of Sales and Marketing, SoftArtisans
- Lisa Williams, founder, Placeblogger.com
- Joe Wrinn, counselor to higher education, former Harvard University News Director
followed more networking at CIC’s Venture Cafe.
Anita Harris is president of the Harris Communications Group, an award-winning public relations firm specializing in strategic, integrated outreach for clients in health, science, technology and energy, worldwide.