17th December - m62 reviews Shakespeak, a PowerPoint plugin that allows presenters to interact with their audiences, receiving live feedback, votes and responses.Presentation Skills
30th November - Open62 hard skills presentation skills training, two days training, held monthly. Understand how to present, and what to present.
20th November - This Catering PowerPoint template features a plate and cutlery on a grey background, with a contrasting blue title bar and title slide.PowerPoint Templates
14th November - Receive a 20% discount with m62′s Christmas 2012 Promotion, and get your content ready for the new year!
9th November - Tony O’Neill, Director of Under Armour UK & Ireland, reveals how m62 helped Under Armour refine and deliver its message to stakeholders around the world.
6th November - The third story in our ‘Sales Tips Learnt Firsthand’ series reveals how an m62 salesperson turned around a cancelled meeting to win a huge contract.Presentation Skills
31st October - Pitching without the right tools leaves presenters unprepared, and audiences underwhelmed. What are the best types of sales tools for presenters? Presentation Skills
30th October - PowerPoint Basics: What are the most useful things a new user can learn in PowerPoint?PowerPoint Training
30th October - Currently in beta testing, Presentista is an online platform for making a presentation without slides and complicated tools.Presentation Skills
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- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
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- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Chris Richardson, Customer Marketing Manager, Gaymer Cider Company
When we presented to our own team at the annual conference, we had audience members afterwards commenting on how interesting it was, and mentioning specific numbers. The fact that they could remember the details showed how effective the presentation had been.