When organising a conference, the presentations should be your number one priority – not the food, not the entertainment, and not the accommodation. Why? Because the conference sessions and presentations are the reason for actually having a conference at all.
To ensure that conference presentations seem slick and impressive, there are a number of things you can do. Make sure presenters refer to each other, and build on earlier messages. Use consistent design and graphics. And, make sure that the little touches – agenda slides, break slides, room layout slides – look professional.
Here, we give away free conference slides to use at your conference or event. If you want help with the actual conference presentations, well, we can help with that too.
16th October - These Calendar PowerPoint Slides display a metaphor of time passing as the calendar flicks through months and years.PowerPoint Slides
7th September - This Handwriting Slide features a notepad background with editable tabs, and an animation of a hand writing the text on the notepad.PowerPoint Slides
7th April - Instructions on how to change the colour of our Digital PowerPoint Timer in PowerPoint 2010.PowerPoint Slides
16th October - Stylish slides displaying coffee break and meal times. Use these free downloadable animated conference break PowerPoint slides at your conference, workshop, or training event.PowerPoint Slides
25th September - Stylish digital-look countdown timer produced entirely in PowerPoint. Download the digital PowerPoint timer for free, and use at your own conference or training event. PowerPoint Slides
18th September - This PowerPoint countdown timer can be displayed on screen at your conference or training day. Download and customise these countdown slides for free.PowerPoint Slides
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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.