The myths behind Investor Presentations

The myths behind investor presentations What is a good Investor Presentation? What do investors expect to know about your venture? In this webinar, I gave in front of Startup Mentors, consultants, and finders, I addressed some myths and thoughts of mine. This is a recording from a GVI event. For more details about GVI : […]

This time, something more personal

This time, something more personal … How exciting! When I was last in the U.S. (September 2021), participating in the “Presentation Summit,” I was invited to take part in a panel recorded for our leading podcast – “The Presentation Podcast.”   That was such a great experience! We gathered five women who own presentation businesses […]

5.4 million tons. Can we really grasp this number?

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 with the concept and others who are less familiar – but both will automatically think of tables, graphs, pie charts and columns.   From a […]

Data and storytelling – is it a new concept?

Stortytelling and data go way way back… I wrote this article about data visualization for the “Presentation Guru” website a few years back, but it’s just as relevant today as it was then. So I thought I’d share it with you.   Visual communication has been around since cavemen painted on walls in prehistoric times. […]

Planning Presentation as a Project

Planning a presentation – is just like planning any project Every business presentation, and certainly presentations that need to motivate others to act, should be conducted as a project in every way. Planning your presentation begins with defining the project itself (in this case the presentation’s objectives), building a work plan that includes preparing and […]

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