Effective visual communications can make an enormous difference in focusing the audience on what the speaker wants them to 'take away' from the presentation.
Great Neck, NY (PRWEB) January 23, 2007
There are dozens of reasons for making a business presentation; from pitching a sale, to training a staff, to attracting an investor. But there are no reasons for making a bad business presentation, especially when you don't get a second chance to make a good first impression.
Recognizing this, many presenters are relying on visual communications such as PowerPoint and Flash to help them communicate their message better.
The Better Business Presentations website http://www.betterbusinesspresentations.com, features several examples of effective PowerPoint and Flash presentations, as well as tips on presenting. The company also offers a presentation coaching program to "make weak presenters more comfortable, and seasoned presenters even stronger," as well as a no-risk guarantee that doesn't obligate the buyer until they really like what they see.
A well-done PowerPoint can offset a presenter's limitations and make a strong speaker even more dynamic. Also with PowerPoint and Flash, the audience can move back and forth in the presentation as necessary, and the entire presentation can be emailed easily to those who were unable to attend the in-person event. Video presentations don't allow that flexibility, although video clips can be used effectively in both PowerPoint and Flash.
Bob Lipp, president of Better Business Presentations understands the importance of visual communications that hit the mark. A former public speaking teacher at a major university, Bob went on to become an advertising executive before opening his company. Today with a staff of twelve, Better Business Presentations creates dynamic PowerPoint and Flash presentation that deliver the message for maximum impact and audience retention.
"Communication isn't about what you say. It's about what people see and hear. That's rule number one, whether in business or everyday life," suggests Lipp. "Effective visual communications can make an enormous difference in focusing the audience on what the speaker wants them to 'take away' from the presentation."
"Everyone has sat through presentations that seem to go on and on without a core statement or a focused message, which is why it is essential that speakers on all levels have visual communications that (1) gain audience attention, (2) present the core statement clearly, and (3) make it easier to remember the message," added Lipp. "That's where we come in."
For more information, you can visit the company's website or call 1-800-790-2276 for a no obligation quote on an upcoming project.