m62 News & Events
m62 visualcommunications is a specialist in PowerPoint™ presentation delivery with offices in Liverpool, Singapore and the US.
Catch up with the latest news, announcements, and offers from m62 here. We’ll also announce any vacancies here.
24th September - Video: When Is a Sales Presentation Not a Sales Presentation?
30th November - Open62 hard skills presentation skills training, two days training, held monthly. Understand how to present, and what to present.
14th November - Receive a 20% discount with m62′s Christmas 2012 Promotion, and get your content ready for the new year!
23rd March - m62 has been raising money for Sport Relief – see one of our employees wearing the ‘Shirt of Hurt’!
20th February - m62 has multiple vacancies for Liverpool-based Junior Designer positions.
20th May - m62 and Brainshark team up to host a 30-minute webinar on effective PowerPoint animation. Learn how to engage audiences, and receive slides for your own use.
28th September - m62′s Nick Oulton is speaking at the much-anticipated annual ISMM Successful Selling conference on 21st October this year.
21st September - Nick Oulton is appearing at the UKAPMP’s prestigious conference, and m62 is running a competition for UKAPMP members. The winner will receive a reworked virtualised presentation with hosting.
7th December - m62 has signed a new channel partner agreement with Rob Hepburn of London, Ontario, professional sales consultant and business development expert.
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- Presentation Optimisation
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- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Angela Norton, Project Manager, Idis
What we liked was the m62 approach in terms of working with its clients to develop key messages and then progressing to the storyboard and design stages. It was clear that message was the most important element in the presentation, and the design element was created to support this.