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Two World Class Trainers, Twice The Value

This one-day course offers the unrivalled opportunity to have your pitch skills reviewed and rebuilt by two master craftsmen: the former creative director of Rolling Stone and an award-winning editor, both of whom have pitched and won clients such as Cisco, the UN, the European commission and Guardian Masterclasses.

After the course, attendees are invited to join an invite-only, mentoring LinkedIn Group. Members get to ask our trainers any question about pitching and pitch presentations in the weeks’ after the course.

No other training company offers such access to world class pitching experts - all for free.

 
 Andy Pemberton (left) and Andy Cowles at Saatchi & Saatchi, July 28, 2018

Andy Pemberton

Specializations
Data Visualization
Content Marketing

Andy Pemberton is a content expert with international experience. He edited Q magazine in London; launched Blender magazine in New York, which won Ad Age’s Launch of the Year; and edited Spin magazine. He has written for the New York Times, GQ, Esquire, Sunday Times, The National (Dubai) and the world’s largest newspaper, Times of India. He writes columns for Yahoo.com and the US Huffington Post, and trains social media, data visualisation and content strategy. He has worked as a content consultant for the RNLI, Time Out, BT and more. As a leading data visualisation expert he includes the UN, the World Food Programme and Aviva among his clients. He is a judge at this year’s British Media Awards. He tweets @andypemberton.

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Andy Cowles

Specializations
Design/Editorial
Creative Direction

Andy Cowles is a highly accomplished creative director who creates and reinvents powerful identities for media brands in the UK, the US and Australia. He has stewarded 12 successful new launches in both print and digital for multiple publishers. He worked for nine years as the editorial and creative director for IPC Media, the UK’s biggest consumer publisher, and was art director of Rolling Stone and creative director of Mademoiselle in New York. He is the originator of effective editorial training programmes and the winner of the prestigious British Society of Magazine Editors Mark Boxer Award.