Do you use the design thinking process in or on behalf of your business? Whether you’re literally developing design concepts with a team or are innovating your offerings with this approach, using impactful visuals will help you make your points.Continue reading Present Design Thinking Process with Sleek PowerPoint Diagrams
Want to present your top performers or share which products sold the best in the last quarter? Reward high achievers. Let your team know they are doing well with podium graphics – a powerful visual metaphor.Continue reading Show your success and highlight high-performers with podium step graphics
3D cube graphics are useful visuals. They serve as shorthand for complexity but also order and structure. 3D diagrams can be useful when presenting spatial locations or describing multidimensional relationships.Continue reading Present Structure Using 3D Cube Diagrams
If your organization is debating or considering international expansion in the European continent, you need to perform a thorough market analysis. You should compare macroeconomic statistics to get a clearer understanding of the options.Continue reading Performing a Market Analysis of Europe? Compare Your Options in the EU
Many of our clients report that July and August are slow times for them. These months tend to have less urgent projects running across the board, and since it’s a common time of year for staff to go on vacation, there aren’t typically many new projects added to the docket. Of course, this is also a time when there is low conference attendance, and fewer projects to attend to. For marketing folks, however, the end of summer is a time of opportunity. Summer’s end is a great time to bolster marketing efforts, update presentation resources, prepare and refresh marketing materials and prepare for a busy final quarter!
Don’t Waste This Opportunity, Replenish Your Marketing Resources
Do You Have an Engaging Presentation?
The worst part of sitting through the presentations of others is being bored. It’s terrible when you want to give your focus to an instructor or team member, but the information they are presenting isn’t interesting or doesn’t seem useful. When you’re building your own presentations the worst part is worrying if it is interesting or engaging for your audience.