Interactive Presentation PowerPoint

You may well be all too familiar with the following:  You’re sitting in the audience while someone is giving a presentation, and you find yourself slowly and inexorably drifting off. The content of the presentation could be more exciting, and the monotonous clicking from slide to slide is becoming more and more boring with each […]

Motivate your audience in presentations with a call to action

To end your presentation on a winning note, you have to keep a few things in mind. In this article, we’ll show you an effective way to give your audience vital information and prompt them to do something. By using a call to action, you can focus on a goal and motivate your audience to […]

Avoid these mistakes in University Presentation

It’s not unknown for the grade you get in a degree program to hinge on a single paper or presentation. This article aims to cover common mistakes (especially when you’re just starting out), and show you how to avoid them. We want to reassure you that everyone can create a good university presentation, winning over […]

How to skilfully include images in PowerPoint

It’s commonly known that images in presentations get more attention than long texts. To use this effect for your presentation without missing out on important information, there are several options. In this article we will introduce two options that allow lecturers to combine texts and images in a visually appealing way. Option #1: Creating your […]

10 types of PowerPoint Slides for Your PowerPoint Presentation

When it comes to creating presentations, PowerPoint is indispensable. Obviously, the most important part of any presentation are PowerPoint slides with the right content to communicate your message. We’ll show you 10 types of PowerPoint slides that you can use in your presentation. We’ll also explain the benefits of each slide type and the added […]

use more visuals in presentations

If you are like most people, you probably think that words are the best way to convey concepts in a sales presentation. But did you know that visual representations are much more effective? Think about it – when you see a diagram or infographic, it is much easier to understand the presented data than when […]

5 stages of the presentation pyramid

Most people think of PowerPoint presentations as something they “have” to do. They view presentations as something that needs to be done to clarify viewpoints, but overall think they are boring and dull. But what if I told you that presentations don’t have to be like that? That there is a way to make them […]

tell your unique brand story

Your brand and company history are what makes your company unique. Your company story is the story of how your company started, the challenges it faced and how you overcame them. Furthermore, this story can be one of the reasons why customers choose you and not one of your competitors. But: Much of the content […]

needs-orientated arguments for sales 3 ideas

You have developed your own product and you have done it so well, that you want to make lived of potential customers easier. But what does selling products actually depend on and how can you sell your ideas and products successfully? The management consultants of the English Huthwaite agency have gained some interesting insights on […]

Pyramid_Principle

Presentations are part of everyday business life and often provide the impetus for reaching important decisions and agreements. In scientific presentations, the process is often more important than the result itself, which is why facts and processes are first presented in detail.   The outcome is then given in the final paragraph. This approach to […]

The right words in presentations

“The greatest power is the right word at the right time”. – Mark Twain The right word at the right time can open doors, create opportunities and build relationships. It can also help you stand out from the crowd, be more persuasive and get your message across more effectively. Especially in PowerPoint presentations, this can […]

that is the ideal length for your powerpoint headline

How long should a headline be on a PowerPoint slide? This is a question PowerPoint professionals get asked all the time, and it’s difficult to give a definitive answer. In this short article, we’ve summarized two tips for you on how to figure out the perfect length for your headlines. Tip #1: 🧠 Pay attention […]

Start with why in presentation

In most cases, TED-talks are very well received by the audience and manage to inspire them. At the same time, TED Talks convey important information in a short frame of time and connect with the audience on a personal level. To present a good TED-talk there are several things that need to be considered. Most […]

Consulting Presentation in PowerPoint

As a consultant, presenting is an everyday part of your job. Elaborate slides illustrate coaching, strategies and analyses. Projects are presented to your clients or to management, new concepts are developed, and management consulting results are communicated. A lot of work goes into a consulting presentation. Slides need to be carefully thought out and highlight […]

Project only one message per powerpoint slide

You probably know it: You are part of an audience listening to a PowerPoint presentation and the text on the slides is overwhelming you. On top of that, there is hardly any variety, and you notice how your attention keeps decreasing. Too many messages on a slide are still a difficult topic to work around, […]

More sales deals? 5 ideas how it works

If you work in sales, you’ll know that closing a deal is the key to success. But what happens when you can’t seem to close any deals? In this article, we’ll tell you what you can do to close more sales and reach your aims: #1: Understand your customer’s motivation The first step to a […]

Why you should consider framing for your powerpoint presentations

Even though it often seems like PowerPoint presentations are mainly about conveying facts and data, there are other important factors. Besides the content of the presentation, connecting with your audience and framing is just as important. If you have a connection with your audience from the beginning, you can make a better impression and ensure […]

why the final question in presentations is so important

The final question of your presentation can make or break the deal for your product sales. It’s the last chance to restate your point and convince potential clientele. If you’re not prepared for this, you can quickly get confused and lose the structure of your presentation. However, if you know how to handle the final […]