Business PowerPoint Presentations

Creating effective and successful business powerpoint presentations take a bit of experience and knowledge of best practices related to building presentations. This section is a collection of articles which will equip you with the knowledge and hacks for becoming a professional presenter.

How To Ace An Executive Summary

How To Ace An Executive Summary

Nowadays, it is becoming challenging to grab the attention of business executives. With jam-packed schedules, quick decisions to make and not much time to spare, the executives are always looking for value for their time. Hence the need for Executive Summary to capture the attention of the busy audience by providing the gist of the entire presentation engagingly. What is…
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SWOT – A Strategic Tool for Business Analysis

SWOT - A Strategic Tool for Business Analysis

An effective business is always built on a rock-solid foundation of introspection and analysis. The markets today are dynamic and rapidly changing, and abide by the only rule of “Survival of The Fittest.” Hence only the companies that can identify and adapt to new opportunities find success, while those stuck in neutral suffer losses. To understand the ever-changing market dynamics,…
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PowerPoint Hacks you did not know for effective presentations

PowerPoint Hacks you did not know for effective presentations

Being a consultant to professionals for creating the perfect business presentations, we have come across a vast multitude of issues faced by clients on a regular basis. The deep experience of dealing with professionals from all walks of business has allowed us to find some amazing tips and tricks for PowerPoint presentations. These include practical learning, best practices, and simple…
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What I learned about successful presentations after making many startup pitches

What I learned about successful presentations after making many startup pitches

Internet is full of resources and guidebooks on how to make a great presentation. But when the time came to build my own startup pitch, I had a reality check. Turned out that I had grossly underestimated the amount of time, effort and resources it took to build something remotely credible for my investors. Granted, I got some helpful advice:…
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