m62 Advises Presenters to Consider Options for Remote Presentations

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m62 visualcommunications Advises Presenters to Consider Delivering a Presentation Online, and to Consider the Means by Which They Do so.

Advancements have certainly been made in presentation technology, and more and more presenters are now choosing to deliver their presentations online.

m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, is today advising presenters to consider delivering a presentation online, and to consider the means by which they do so.

The future of business is changing, and more and more business is being conducted over the internet. Presentations are no exception. With advances in technology making new heights of remote communication possible, more and more presenters are foregoing the plane fare in favour of delivering their presentation from behind a desk – at home.

In truth, there are many advantages to this method – as well as some disadvantages. Presenters are not physically face to face with their audience, and so cannot use facial expressions and hand gestures to communicate; internet issues can produce serious lag times in slides; and certain solutions can be pricey.

However, many presenters feel that the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. The presenter is saving himself and his company time and money; the presentation can be recorded for easy distribution afterwards; and the presenter is even reducing his carbon footprint, as he does not have to travel.

There are also many different solutions available to presenters, dependant on individual circumstance. Presenters can deliver a PowerPoint presentation live through technologies such as Live Meeting and WebEx, or pre-record a green screen of themselves delivering the presentation. Presenters also have the option to save the presentation with narration and send it as a file, or upload the file to a slide-sharing website. Options vary depending on circumstance and budget, and presenters may find that these choices suit them more than travelling to meet an audience face to face.

Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62, commented: “Advancements have certainly been made in presentation technology, and more and more presenters are now choosing to deliver their presentations online. Different techniques and aspects of presentation design are necessary to keep audience attention levels at a maximum, so presenters should take care to research this before they make a decision.”

m62 operates from offices in the UK, US and Singapore, and has produced presentations for a variety of blue-chip brands, including Siemens, BP and Microsoft. m62 offers a variety of services for its clients, from presentation skills training to free downloadable PowerPoint templates.

For more information about m62 visualcommunications, call +44 (0)151 259 6262 or visit m62.net.


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