Monthly Archives:: February 2011

Tips for Using Bullets in Your PowerPoint Presentation

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Moving beyond bullets PowerPoint was originally created as an outline formation tool to aid visual support.  Bullets structured in outline form made complete sense.  Today PowerPoint has morphed into a new world. Bullets still sometimes apply. Here’s how and when to use them, but most of all we want you to move beyond bullets and… Read more »

Raising Capital with PowerPoint

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For progressive organizations such as Innovolt one of the comments that we heard and embraced is that we want a PowerPoint, but we don’t want it to feel like a “PowerPoint.” We totally understand this mentality and we even accept the use of the word PowerPoint as a noun. To obtain that graphic realization first… Read more »

It’s All About the Message

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At one time or another you have certainly seen a good presentation. Chances are it was that the presenter was dynamic. They had a message and it resonated with you. The graphic support might not have even been that good.  While great visuals can only enhance a good presentation and make it even better, the… Read more »

There is No Substitute for Business Acumen

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Recently we embarked on a 130 slide project for our existing client Websense. The deck was designed to be used by their worldwide sales force in business development applications. What makes our relationship special is that this client relies on our business acumen to develop their technical complex slides. In total the client spent perhaps… Read more »