Paving the way toward progress is something every salesperson or marketer worth their salt is capable of discussing. You can talk about it, or how your company hopes to achieve it. The struggle comes with deciding how to best graphically represent innovation and novelty in your presentations. What comes to mind when you hear the world innovation? If you’re uncertain, we can help!
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. With a few simple design tricks, you can make such We demonstrate it in the retail business case, however, you can reuse the same ideas for any other industry.
One thing our clients struggle with when preparing PowerPoint presentations is how to effectively illustrate abstract thoughts or ideas. Common ideas people ask for help illustrating are structure and organization. We all know it is important to provide powerful visuals when designing a presentation. The graphical element is a huge part of what makes it effective! However, demonstrating concepts like “organization” which feels abstract is a roadblock for many folks.
A strategy is a common topic I often see in company presentations of all kind. Typically those are business plans, board presentations or investor pitches. The strategy defines general actions over the course of several years. The challenge is how to quickly and neatly make a strategy illustration in your document? What image to choose?
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. Continue reading Sales Funnel Graphics Are a Shortcut to Presentation Engagement
Do you want to make goals and reach better engagement by your audience? In this blog, we prepared a few ideas on how you can achieve these intentions using SMART goals in your presentation.
Remember your student times? It’s been over a decade for me, but I still recall this wonderful period of my life.
Nowadays students have a pretty busy schedule. Besides classes, exams, projects, they are often involved in a part-time work. Thus, keeping focus, planning and managing time is a crucial new skill they want to handle.
As the end of the year is approaching, you may be involved in preparing a business review presentation. Here’re some simple tips on how to make it visually attractive. How to make financial results more interesting, inspirations for showing sales, production, accounting data and other KPIs in eye-catching visual form.
Here’s an example of how our icons were applied for a presentation made in Apple Keynote.
The presentation gives simple hints on how to plan six months ahead of your business.
One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular. Tony Robbins