Need to share information about your company performance and create a comprehensive overview of activities throughout the preceding year? Financial data and key business highlights can contain lots of content and be quite heavy text-wise. Make your annual report easy to understand by using graphs, icons, infographic elements, and data-driven charts.
Annual reports are intended to give shareholders and other interested people information about the company’s operations and financial performance. Prepare that report smoothly using our pre-designed structured slides.
All slide examples presented below can be downloaded as an editable source. Click here to see the Annual Report Company Performance Presentation for PowerPoint.
Get inspired by our visualization examples, which show how you can present selected six business and financial highlights in a compelling way.
Present company at glance and illustrate key company facts in annual report
Start with outlining key company facts, like global presence, portfolio projects or clients, and satisfied customers. You can easily combine those facts with a shareholding structure pie chart and add a quote from CEO if you’d like.
Alternatively, use another slide to show your company at-a-glance. You can reuse this template, where we included such points as employment, office subsidiaries, factories, clients, sales, profit products, and brands portfolio. Notice how each fact is illustrated with a symbol. We also added a neutral background picture, which makes this slide more attractive without stealing attention from the content.
Illustrate milestones in a roadmap
Choose the most essential events which influenced your company and show them using a timeline.
In the example above we illustrated six milestones: new IT infrastructure introduction, 3 new products with favorable customer feedback launch, market share achievement, production capacity increase, flagship store opening, and selling over. Each stage is shown with flags and there’s an icon of a mountain as a symbol of accomplishment at the last stage. You can optionally add an illustrative photo on the right or left side of the slide.
Include the top customers’ analysis in the annual report
To recap your best customer profiles you can use a slide like above, containing a short description, revenue achieved, and share in total annual sales.
Focus your audience’s attention on figures. Consider increasing the font size and using a different color from other text.
Create revenue and profit snapshot
The company revenue and profit snapshot slide don’t have to be boring and contain lots of text information. We propose a creative way: use gauge data charts dashboard to describe net sales and profitability evolution in 5 years. We included the following indexes: Net Sales, Operating Expenses, EBIDTA, and PBT. You can reuse it to adapt to your needs.
If you look closer, this slide example includes much content, but it is designed in such a way that it’s easy to understand. You can also add your comments and observations aside.
Show next year outlook
Illustrate your next year’s business growth outlook using revenue forecast and 4 focus areas with targets slide. In our example, we focused on the following highlights: E-com growth, New Markets, L-4-L growth, and New Product Lines. Each point is illustrated with a suitable symbol. If you’d like to include more elements into the forecast, better break it down into several slides, not to stuff one too much with the figures.
Make balance sheet and cash flow statement readable
Such big tables usually don’t look good. Make a difference this time – try using such table templates with headers and icons. You can also include comments if needed. Current, Fixed, Intangible, Total Assets, Current, Long-Term Liabilities, and Shareholders’ Equity are the most common elements of the balance sheet, while Cashflow from Operations, Investing and Financing are a part of the cash flow statement.
Guide on how to visualize goals achievement summary slide
Check a quick instruction on how you can present goals achievement summary using simple shapes, icons, and success/failure indications.
1. Replace table content with text in shapes.
A form of table is not the best visual format in this case. Using a PowerPoint shape looks better and is easier to edit, too.
2. Enrich the list with status marks
It’s good to use a consistent set of icons expressing the goal’s achievement.
3. Create an area for comments.
4. Make your infographic look attractive.
Add a background picture and color-coding supporting the meaning of Done and Not Done goals.
See the whole step-by-step guide and other examples here: How to Create an Effective Annual Report and Company Performance Presentation.
Resource: Annual Report Company Performance Presentation
The examples above are only a part of our annual report slides collection. Check our pre-designed annual report deck that incorporates key business highlights and financial data and present the data in a clear, informative, and visually appealing manner.
The majority of our slides have a space for your text/comments, so it is very easy to extend presented ideas. We also included detailed instructions on how to alter the content, values, colors, and look and feel of our slides. See the full deck here:
If you need to focus only on the company’s stock performance and cover financial and sales information during your report, check our blog about visualizing stock financial annual report components.
Use modern graphics to create more consistent slides and communicate your ideas. Want to do even more customizing? Infographics from the collection of professionally designed editable diagram templates might help level up your PowerPoint presentations.