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Creative PowerPoint Presentation
This blog is a continuation of our previous blog, where we discussed the traits of a successful presenter.  We discussed how a professional presenter is always tuned to his audience and handles Q&A sessions impeccably. While we have discussed the things you must do, there’s another side to this coin – things that you mustn’t...
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Communication is one of the important skills of any presenter, yet many people fear to speak in front of a large group. How many times have you had to attend a presentation and envied the presenter for the wonderfully smooth way he manages to captivate the audiences’ attention! Truth be told, the art of skillful...
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PowerPoint is a great tool to visually present data and information. Educators have used it to explain concepts succinctly via animations and charts.  Marketing professionals have used it to share news about their products and services. Startup entrepreneurs use them while pitching for investment. But a presentation is only as good as its design –...
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Sometimes, nailing a PowerPoint presentation successfully can make all the difference in your career graph. Researchers from across the world have now proved that when it comes to presentation, it’s not only about what an audience hears, but also what it sees. All it takes is a few seconds for a casual observer to make...
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The electronic program created by Microsoft uses software that lets you present information through slides, graphs, charts, diagrams, and animations to name a few. The uses of PowerPoint are endless. You can design a business-specific presentation for employee training, annual meetings, customer help guides, product announcements, etc. It simply needs a computer and a projector...
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If there’s one thing that people struggle with during an investor pitch or presentation, it has to be about how they discuss competition. Some people discuss competition only after they’ve discussed the problem, the product, and their go-to market plan. While this may be common, the problem with this approach is that you end up...
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