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How to nail your graphs: An A-Z of effective presentations

For most business presentations, graphs are a necessity, and at Maxwell Rogers, we use them a lot when crafting decks for our clients. They are hugely useful as they allow you to display complex information in a simple way, and have a number of other key benefits, too. Firstly, your audience is more likely to...
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Formatting: An A-Z of effective presentations

For letter ‘F’ in our A to Z of effective presentations, we’ve gone practical, sharing formatting tips on how to use simple, but effective PowerPoint tools that help you upgrade your slides. Usually when we present them in our storytelling training workshops, we’re met with lots of “oohs” and “ahhs” as people realise just how...
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A-Z of effective presentations: Beyond the box

As we spend a lot of our time working on presentations, we often hear people’s frustration with PowerPoint. Don’t get us wrong, we do think the software has assumed a way of working to make it user friendly; with the title field, bullets, clip art, and bulky shapes. However, many businesses, including Amazon, do tend...
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