Are you about to present a business case study to a potential client? Make it with an impact. Get inspired on how you can present such a presentation in a visual way, that will clearly explain the challenges and solutions your case study addressed.
Below we present several graphical ways how a case study can be presented. We hope our slide examples and illustrations will give you a dose of inspiration for your next sales presentation.
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For a company looking to sell a food or nutrition product, what you need is a food sell sheet one-pager that showcases all the product’s features. It will help you present your product in an elegant and visually appealing manner.
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Are you looking for ways to present change management topics in an appealing and engaging way? Use visual thinking and diagram graphics to show business change frameworks in an easy-to-grasp creative way.
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Working on your annual budget proposal? Financial presentations and documents can be difficult to be absorbed, especially by non-financial audiences. If you want to communicate key financial information to stakeholders clearly and effectively, check our article for examples and inspiration on how to present corporate annual financial summaries and forecasts.
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Do you need to present your business key information in a short overview? A concise way to do that is by using the company snapshot one-pager leaflet.
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Adding an icon or several of them to your PowerPoint presentation is a great way to make your slide eye catchy. Of course, if you have a space for them. A little illustration for your key points creates a visual association and that makes it easier for the reader to remember the slide content.
I am sharing here several design ways how you can blend symbols with your content, to make your presentation look professional.
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Adding animation is something to consider when you want to make your presentation more dynamic. Or when you don’t want to reveal all slide content at once and show it point by point.
In this blog, I’d like to share tips on making professional animations in PowerPoint that will ensure your presentation will look attractive and professional.
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As the year comes to a close in December, it’s a great time to reflect on past successes and make goals for the future. We picked our best decks so you can make the most out of annual review and new year planning. Don’t wait till January to sit and put the goals down!
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Using the power of icons is a great way to make your PowerPoint slide visual. Adding a graphical symbol helps to understand better the points you want to make. However, choosing a proper icon and incorporating it into your slide in a consistent way may take you some time.
Continue reading How to Find the Right Icon and Use It [PPT best-practice]
A key part of HR management is the process of recruitment, selection, and onboarding of new employees. If you are about to give a presentation on any of those topics, see several ideas on how to illustrate complex recruitment process concepts and large amounts of data in a concise and eye-catchy way.
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