Indiana entrepreneurs have the prospect to listen to from a pitch professional on the expo

Indiana small business owners are given a great opportunity to learn more about how to sell their goods and services.

‘Killer Pitch Master’ comes to a local

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Kelly Sparks owns the Indiana Small Business Expo. She believes business ties will be needed more than ever after the pandemic, especially as she has recruited one of the country’s most sought-after speakers.

The fair is aimed at companies and entrepreneurs of all company sizes and markets.

“We have Broad Ripple companies, Carmel companies, Lafayette companies,” Sparks said.

During the show, Sparks is offering small business owners the option of being a salesperson at the or purchasing individual tickets for as little as $ 10. She wanted to make sure it was an affordable event in an upscale location to help people take their business to the next level.

As a single mom with two sons and a passion for helping others, Sparks sought help at their Best Pitch Exhibit Event. It ran on the LinkedIn page of Precious Williams, also known as “The Killer Pitch Master”.

“I was brave enough to call her and ask her to come and she was willing to do it for free,” said Sparks. “She called me ‘Queen’. She said, ‘I’ll help you, Queen.'”

Williams is from the Midwest and is considering that part of her giving. She has remained humble in all of her success and does not take it for granted.

“I grew up with no connections. I grew up in poverty and I live in New York City and work with some of the largest companies in the world, and I did this through the power of speech,” she said.

Her claim to fame came after an incredible appearance on the TV show “Shark Tank”. The hyped pitch expert warns that her success is contagious. She plans to share her keys to success with Hoosiers. Williams has a step-by-step approach for people who want to do their best and win.

“Robert Townsend and MC Lyte gave me the title ‘Killer Pitch Master’ because I kill all competition,” said Williams.

Williams is a graduate of Spellman College. Even after graduating from law school, she said that her previous struggles are still motivating her today. She encourages people not to hide their past hurdles or problems in life, but to draw strength from them.

“I’m a woman who was homeless four years ago and was a serious alcoholic,” said Williams. “There was a point in my life that I didn’t want to live.”

But Williams took everything bad in her life and used it to move from a dark place to a life of determination and success. She shares her story to get others to share their story, no matter how bad it may be.

“Precious was extremely transparent and that’s how she inspires,” said Sparks.

During the pandemic, while many people were stepping on the brakes, Williams went full throttle while working virtually. She even wrote her third best seller.

The book is another tool Kelly believes local business owners can use to succeed.

“We’re out here to cheer you on, we’re working with other business owners. We don’t want you to give up,” said Sparks.

The best pitch show event with Precious Williams will be held on June 17th at the Nest Event Center in Greenwood. As well as getting the chance to practice your pitch, you’ll also have the chance to win a free one-on-one interview with Williams.

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