Pitching ideas.
Make people fall in love with your ideas.

Imagine having the best idea in the world. One that solves a real problem. But you just can’t convince others to make it happen. The dream is dead! Killed before it even started!

Sound familiar?

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Over the years we have pitched many, many, many different and varied ideas. And we know firsthand how it feels to witness that nugget of inspiration you put so much energy into get crushed into oblivion. Our aim is to make sure this never happens again. To anyone.

That’s why Jeroen decided to write a book about it.

Who is this book for?

First and foremost, this book is written with creatives, brand managers, and marketers in mind. Besides creating things (brand identities, products, services, experiences, spaces, etc.) the biggest part of our job is convincing others to make ideas actually happen.

But it’s also a good place to start for anyone who feels that they’re not always in control of their ideas, or finds it difficult to get support from others.

In this book you’ll learn how to get buy-in from others, and discover more about how to:

“Pitching Ideas is the most comprehensive book I have seen on the topic. Packed with tons of useful advice, examples, and templates. Get it.”

Tomer Sharon, VP, Head of UX at WeWork and author of ‘Validating Product Ideas’

Get the book today!

It’s available at Amazon, Bol, or directly from BIS Publishers.

The tools

Throughout the book, Jeroen mentions several tools that you can use to pitch your ideas. Amongst these are powerful models like the Core Idea Sheet and the Stakeholder Balance Map.

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About the author

Jeroen van Geel is co-founder and strategist at Oak & Morrow. His mission in life is to bring back a bit of wonder into this world, even if it’s just for his kids. He’s worked on many different projects, ranging from the self-service passport gates at Schiphol airport to an award winning smart projector, Beam. He can’t stop talking about cycling.