m62 produces bespoke visual finance presentations for a number of clients. By using visuals and animations instead of headings and bullet-points, these clients are able to communicate more effectively, and avoid boring their audience.
Here, we share some finance slides that demonstrate our approach. You are welcome to download and adapt these slides for use in your own PowerPoint presentations.
If you have some slides you want to see given the visual treatment, you could use our PowerPoint Clinic, or why not call us to discuss a small project?
8th July - These Presentation Graph slides demonstrate how PowerPoint graphs can be made more exciting. Download these slides for use in your own presentations.PowerPoint Slides
7th April - Free downloadable Ponzi Scheme slides. This deck of slides explains how a Ponzi Scheme works and then goes on to compare it to a Pyramid Scheme.PowerPoint Slides
6th December - This purchasing power PowerPoint slide can be used to explain to a prospect how engaging with you will bring them discounts in the supply chain due to your increased purchasing power.PowerPoint Slides
18th September - Balance sheet explained in PowerPoint.This educational PowerPoint slide is designed to explain the function of a balance sheet in a simple and visual way to an audience that may be unfamiliar with the concept.PowerPoint Slides
24th July - Free internal leasing benefits slide to download. Use this slide if you need to convince your management that offering customers a leasing option will help boost sales.PowerPoint Slides
13th July - This benefits of leasing slide demonstrates to a potential customer why leasing gives them better value and better financial control than outright purchasing, giving them a more manageable way to buy from you.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.