Our Favorite Part
So many great things about this event... where do I even start?
First off we were lucky enough to land Daniel Reskin as our stand-up comedy coach / co-instructor. I've known Daniel for years (we actually met in Miami, FL). For those of you that don't know Daniel, he's a 10-year stand-up comedy veteran who hails from Miami. Daniel created the long-running monthly showcase Casa de Haha, appeared in Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival and was named Best Comedian in Miami by the Miami New Times. Now in Denver, Daniel has been featured on the High Plains Comedy Festival and Casa de Haha has evolved into a public access talk show.
Second, we had great brew from Ratio Beerworks. I can't say enough great things about Tristan Chan's support and the taproom as a whole. Thanks for everything you do for Denver's comedy scene! And thanks for being Pitch Lab's favorite sponsor.
And finally, our favorite, favorite part was Matt Laciest, SEO Strategist at Integer Group, bringing his own Pitch Lab gear! Coolest thing ever. Yes, that's a zebra slamming a Growl Energy Drink made for zoo animals on his shirt. And check out this beer koozie!
What We Learned
Nothing loosens up a room like a little Demetri Martin + Mitch Hedberg Comedy Karaoke!
What Folks Said About Pitch Lab:
“Pitch Lab was so awesome! Not sure if I learned or laughed more. We all know a great presenter when we see one, but I never analyzed what makes them great. While what you say is important, it's all of the other details of presenting that play a crucial role in turning a good speaker into a truly captivating presenter.”
– Ashley Brafford, Moore Communications Group
“Pitch Lab isn't just addressing a public speaking problem; it's about empowering people to face one of humanity's greatest fears in a comfortable, safe and fun environment! As someone who enjoys speaking, I couldn't agree more with the use of humor as an ally for communication.”
– David Guillen, LifeDot