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Break the Mold

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  Investor presentation decks are associated with raising capital.  In the world of large enterprise, when you are so large that your company becomes synonymous with one thing, it’s tough to break that mold. Looking for capital might be the end game with your investor deck, but getting the audience to understand your organizations new… Read more »

Presentation Partners Discusses Giving Back

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Just the other day a prospective client asked us some questions about the charities that we currently donate to.  It was refreshing to examine something other than process or cost structure. We all have a responsibility in business to give back.  Large or small organizations can share monetarily, volunteer time, or share talents. There are… Read more »

Presentation White Space

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It seems that most presentations these days have never heard of the term white space. Presenters throw screens up in front of audiences that are choked full of text, bullets and sub-standard graphics. And worse, they expect great results from the presentation. Somewhere in the world of presentations it became clever to try to limit… Read more »

Principles of a Webinar Presentation

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Have you ever sat through a webinar? Were you fully engaged or did your external distractions such as smart phones, tablets or multiple monitors periodically pull you away from the webinar presentation? PowerPoint certainly gets a bad rapt, after all it’s just an application. It is never more apparent than in a webinar that our… Read more »

Establish Front Line Presentation Clarity

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In the  business world of high stakes presentations when selling services, presentations have increased value over companies who develop products. Products are tangibles that prospects can usually research, touch and feel.  Services on the other hand have a higher chance of leaving  the prospect audience with a collective “huh?”  With that higher chance of presentation… Read more »

Conference Presentations and the Value of Neuroscience

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When you present a PowerPoint presentation at a conference, the desired outcome is usually a bit different than the usual sales or investor presentation. The first concern most presenters have, “how do I get through this without embarrassing myself.”  The more confident presenters usually think about elevating their professional status within the respected business community…. Read more »

Investor Decks for Technology

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Investor decks come in all shapes and sizes depending on the specific investor audience. Today the topics of thriving businesses or startups has changed. It requires being up to speed on what is happening in the market place. Technology dominates the landscape and if you can’t speak the language, you cannot craft a compelling message…. Read more »

Presentations for Start-ups

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A new business start-up certainly has its challenges. Just establishing, branding and messaging can be difficult.  A great way to step towards branding and messaging for a start-up is to build presentation decks. Like the example in the image, the company Airpush, which promotes a push tray advertising platform for Android cell phones, utilized a… Read more »