The PEST analysis is a useful tool for understanding market growth or decline, and as such the position, potential and direction for a business. We created a collection of PEST and PESTEL model diagrams, representing PESTEL attributes: Politics, Economy, Society, Technology, Environment and Law. Presentation template suitable for business analysis and strategy planning presentations. You can use PEST analysis for business and strategic planning, marketing planning, business and product development and research reports.
Did you know you can use PowerPoint as an Image Editor? That’s right! PowerPoint isn’t just for presentations. It’s a pretty good image editor that you can use to create illustrations or materials or your blog, fan page, posters, infographics, or even seasonal cards! Since we are just a few weeks from Santa sliding down our chimneys, it’s time to start thinking about sending seasonal greetings to friends and family, and for us that means creating our own cards and e-cards! Even if you aren’t a graphic designer, you can make fantastic looking cards in PowerPoint. Use our free hand drawn Holiday graphics (watch for the link and voucher code […]
The Porter’s Five Forces tool is a simple but powerful tool for understanding where power lies in a business situation. This model is useful, because it helps you understand both the strength of your current competitive position, and the strength of a position you’re considering moving into. The model assumes there are five forces influencing any chosen industry.
Illustrating goods in a presentation, such as food, animals, plants and other farming implements can be challenging. Especially when you rely on images from the standard sets of clip art. Whether choosing from sets provided in Microsoft Office or as part of your Keynote presentations. There’s lack of consistent symbols set that would cover in detail various types of fruits, vegetables, meats or corn cultivation pictures. These image resources fall short in these areas, especially if you need to create a let’s say healthy food presentation or slides on ecology topics.
Getting ready for next year planning? Here’re a few tips and graphic tools you can use for making engaging visual plans using PowerPoint only. Check updated set of editable calendar tables and hand drawn time plan icons.
Let’s face it – data is everywhere. No matter where you turn in business or in life, you’ll have to look at numbers and chase statistics to get anywhere. You’ve heard all the marketing buzzwords and seen all the fuss. You know it’s important, but how can you effectively talk about data science during presentations? Data mining. Data science. Predictive analysis. The internet is full of these things. It’s full of everything! Odds are that you’ve heard all of these terms. You might not necessarily know what each mean, but you have a few batches of figures you’re familiar and comfortable with. You don’t have a need to ask about […]
Do you recall the last presentation you’ve seen about business status? You know, the quarterly review meeting or annual company summary? Often those presentations look not very attractive. Unless you feel directly what numbers on slides mean to you, it’s hard to stay focused. However, there is a help. With a few simple design tricks, you can make such We demonstrate it on the retail business case, however, you can reuse the same ideas for any other industry. The examples below are using Retail Business PPT Template (graphics sources available for download from infoDiagram.com webpage)
Over the last months, our designers worked like a hell :). One of the new PowerPoint graphics we created is a set of simple icons. They are perfect for creating your own infographics in PowerPoint, or for quick illustrating item lists or charts.
When presenting to your team or another department, it can be difficult to capture the attention of your audience. The struggle is often based in the need to make more engaging presentations, more so than a lack of interest or effort on the part of the presenter. We’ve found that explaining concepts such as sales funnels with graphics not only makes the presentation more visually engaging but helps to clarify what might otherwise be a difficult concept.
The topic of Supply Chain is pretty complex – with all global or local logistics processes, ensuring just on time delivery and enough stocks in warehouses. Therefore using illustrations to explain it is really handy. Good news is that most SCM processes are easy to visualize. I present a few examples how you can illustrate a supply chain presentation. Easily and quickly, using only PowerPoint tools.