2010 Business Presentation Survey – Webinar Dates Announced

Monday, July 19th, 2010 by Simon Morton

Over the last few weeks, Eyeful Presentations has been in touch with the World’s largest companies and highest profile presenters to get them to contribute to our 2010 Business Presentation Survey

Voting has now officially closed.

We’re extremely grateful to the hundreds of you who took the time to complete it – your feedback and experiences have provided an amazing insight into how businesses approach presentations in 2010.

The task now ahead of us is to process the hundreds of responses and draw insight from them.  And then, as promised, we’d like to share the results and analysis with you.

  • PPT iconSo is Death by PowerPoint really killing businesses? 
  • Are new cloud-based applications like Slide Rocket and Prezi having an impact? 
  • Does Apple’s Keynote software hold the key to a better presentation experience?  
  • And are companies changing their approach to business presentations in line with their social media and online strategies?

All these questions and more will be answered in our webinars on the 3rd August (UK & Europe here and US & Canada here).  

We have limited spaces so please click here to register for one of the following events to ensure you have a front row seat as we share the results, provide the latest insight and offer analysis of how businesses really view presentations:

UK & Europe:.  3rd August, 3pm GMT – Register here

US & Canada:. 3rd August, 11am EST – Register here

If you have any questions or require further information, please drop us a line or give your local Eyeful office a call:

UK & Europe:. (+44) 0845 056 8528

US:. (+1) 773 770 6131

We look forward to sharing the fascinating results of this survey with you on the 3rd.

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One Response to “2010 Business Presentation Survey – Webinar Dates Announced”

  1. […] all of this, we also managed to successfully roll out the inaugural Eyeful Webinars.  We’re delighted that the feedback and interest was so high (we were over-subscribed for the […]

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