Tag Archives: PowerPoint

10 PowerPoint Alternatives That Make Your Presentation Memorable

by Andy Saks Imagine attending a presentation on a topic that fires you up. As the speaker takes the stage, you anticipate an insightful, inspiring experience. Then a PowerPoint title slide appears on the screen. You estimate this will be the eight-billionth PowerPoint slide deck you’ve endured in your life, and hope the presentation will still be engrossing despite this old, tired, tedious format. But  Continue Reading »

Vegas trade show books second Spark seminar on PowerPoint design

Las Vegas, NV — The trade show industry’s marquee event has booked Spark keynote speaker Andy Saks to give a second seminar, this one on PowerPoint design. Saks will deliver Spark’s PowerPoint training seminar “Bulletproof Slideshows: Great presentation slides within and beyond PowerPoint” at the Exhibitor Show 2015. This is the second program Saks will deliver at the Exhibitor Show. The  Continue Reading »

New Hampshire marketers book Spark presentation skills, PowerPoint training

After booking Spark’s webinar training in September, insurance administrator Long Term Care Partners has tapped Spark for more presentation training. LTC Partners has engaged Spark owner and presentation skills trainer Andy Saks to provide ongoing speech coaching on an as-needed basis for its sales and marketing teams. The presentation coaching uses a freestyle, one-on-one format  Continue Reading »

NERCOMP books Spark presentation skills, PowerPoint training in Boston

Boston, MA–The information technology group NERCOMP has booked Spark Presentations owner and lead trainer Andy Saks to deliver a full-day presentation skills training program to its members. Saks will deliver the presentation skills training program in early October at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Norwood, Massachusetts, alongside a trainer from Hamilton  Continue Reading »

Public speaking tips: How many slides should I put in my presentation?

by Andy Saks As a presentation skills trainer, this is one of the most common questions I hear. My answer is never very satisfying, but it’s absolutely true: “It depends.” Though speaking coaches often give a target number of slides to help struggling presenters, in reality there is no target number of slides that suits  Continue Reading »

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