A business presentation or business report is an important tool, telling the story of your business, helping you to find investors easily, and persuading people to say “yes.”
Nowadays, people still look at Excel or PowerPoint as nothing more than data tools – but this is a mistake.
These two amazing tools allow you to write, design and convey your ideas in a clear visual way and then turn that data into profit-generating business insights.
Over the years, I have developed a unique method – one that stems from my natural curiosity alongside the ability to distinguish between the main meal and the dessert – a method that will allow everyone to present a business report, a presentation to investors, a presentation to the board of directors, a presentation for a tender or a presentation to win a strategic client in a way that lets decision-makers perfectly understand your information and insights behind it.
“We need a presentation”.
Whether it is an important client, a board meeting, a conference or a potential partner – it is always a heavy task.
Where do I start? Who’s got time to get it done on time?
The hardest part of the investor recruitment process is getting the proper investor to the table.
A good presentation will bring them to a meeting.
A very good presentation will get you the actual investment!
How many times have you found yourself in a situation where as a C Level you are required to make decisions but don’t have the time to research all the possibilities?
The main purpose of a business report is to portray relevant information quickly, clearly, and efficiently.
5.4 million tons. Can we really grasp this number? In a previous post, I wrote about DATA VISUALIZATION or, for short, DATA VIZ. There are those who are familiar