Are you frustrated at not getting replies to your pitches?
Do you struggle to close even the most promising sponsorship deals?
Have you already asked for support from family and friends with little to no luck?
Searching for sponsors is time consuming and when you're already juggling a day job, family and a social life, it's often a priority to make the search as quick as possible. I took short cuts. I thought I could reach more people and make more sales by contacting as many people as possible. I learned the hard way that this just doesn't work. I had to learn from my mistakes and hone a sales technique that takes a lot longer but has a really high success rate.
This course will take you through all the mistakes I made so you don't do the same. I'll also give you tools and advice to help you slim down your prospect list but still form strong, mutually beneficial partnerships.
I have so many people coming to me asking for feedback on their pitches. It's for you lovely folks that I've added an exclusive option that gives you the course and some valuable feedback. Don't miss out. This is an exclusive offer that can't be purchased elsewhere!
I'm a journalist, and I am regularly called upon to write for automotive and motorsport magazines. I have written for the likes of Metro, DriveTribe, The Gentleman's Journal, Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, The Checkered Flag, Motorsport Days and more. I still occasionally pitch for work but am in that wonderful place were most of my work comes to me.
Over the years working in motorsport, I’ve also developed an approach to sponsorship that has a great success rate. I now work regularly with drivers to help them find sponsorship and am dedicated to getting more people on track. On top of this, I want to help people find their dream career in motorsport.
As for the out-of-work stuff, I like V8s, high heels and strong cups of tea. Race tracks are my happy place. Oh, and I make videos about cars.
"I would highly recommend Jess to any driver wanting advice and help with putting together something for a sponsors, as she was an all round easy and friendly person to deal with."
- Tom Knight, Racing Driver