Chicago Presentation Designer Wins “Best Business Prezi of 2013” Award

Luke Goetting of Puffingston was selected for top honors among more than 100 nominees in the First Annual Prezi Awards.

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We believe presentations represent unique opportunities to engage with audiences and always look forward to helping our clients better communicate their messages.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Luke Goetting of Puffingston, a presentation design firm based in Chicago, recently won the “Best Business Prezi of 2013” Award with his presentation “Tablets for Security Consultants: 5 Ways to Maximize ROI.”

His presentation was awarded top honors in the business category and was one of six overall winners selected by Prezi, a presentation software company headquartered in Budapest, Hungary.

“We are very excited and hope this award will bring increased awareness to Puffingston’s goal of rescuing the world from boring, stale presentations,” says Goetting. “We believe presentations represent unique opportunities to engage with audiences and always look forward to helping our clients better communicate their messages.”

Goetting says the Puffingston presentation was developed as part of a 2014 webinar series for the security industry. It offers reasons security consultants should utilize tablets like the iPad during their client meetings and provides recommendations for applications, content and accessories that companies need to consider for their devices after making the initial investment.

“We love designing with Prezi because it allows you to capture an audience’s attention in ways that traditional slide-by-slide tools cannot,” says Goetting. “Plus, we can output every one of our clients’ projects for playback on computers, iPads and their websites.”

The First Annual Prezi Awards capped off a busy 2013 for Prezi, a company that is emerging as a force in a market long dominated by PowerPoint. Officially established in 2009, Prezi celebrated its fourth birthday in April, added Portuguese as its fifth supported language in September and announced its 30-millionth user in November.

“The most exciting things to come out of 2013, however, were all the prezis. In just one year, people from all around the world created 59,638,589 prezis—that’s one prezi for every resident of Italy!” the company recently said in a blog post.

More information on Puffingston can be found at http://www.Puffingston.com and the First Annual Prezi Award Winners list can be found at http://blog.prezi.com/latest/2013/12/27/the-6-best-prezis-of-2013.html.