This website enables you to create pitches using the template developed originally by Robert Faff (here).
The use of this website to help prepare your pitches is totally optional.
The use of any template at all, whether on paper or on the web, is optional.
If you are already confident in your pitching then you can keep going as you are.
The aims of this website are:
• to make it easier to prepare pitches according to a template,
• to evaluate and improve the pitching process.
You own and control your pitches.
The content of any pitches you create in this website are confidential to you unless you choose to share them.
You will be able to download PDFs of your pitches, which you can email, etc.
Researchers Keith Godfrey and Robert Faff may look at aggregate (anonymous) data from this website such as:
• how long it takes to create pitches,
• how people go back and forth to edit their pitches,
• which public pitch examples are the most popular or useful,
• any improvements that can be made to the pitching template.
Approval to conduct this research has been provided by the University of Western Australia in accordance with its ethics review and approval procedures.
Any person considering participation in this research project, or agreeing to participate, may raise any questions or issues with the researchers at any time.
In addition, any person not satisfied with the response of the researchers may raise ethics issues or concerns and may make any complaints about this research project by contacting the Human Ethics Office at the University of Western Australia on (08) 6488 3703 or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ethics approval at UWA requires this information to be displayed.
is provided free of charge for the benefit of the research community.
If you have any suggestions for the improvement of this website or the pitching process please contact Keith Godfrey (keith.godfrey at uwa.edu.au) or Robert Faff (r.faff at business.uq.edu.au).