PowerPoint might be some of the simplest software to use, but too often people cram too much information in and bring about “death by powerpoint,” says expert presenter and public speaker Thomas Krafft of Presentation Boss.
This August he’ll help small business owners address the problem as part of the Small Business Skills Summit.
Thomas says often business owners are unaware their PowerPoint presentation is not supporting their message, but instead detracting from it.
His session will focus on:
- The psychology presenters can exploit to create more effective PowerPoint presentations
- Simple steps that make a huge and immediate difference to design
- What to do when the technology fails
Thomas comes to the inaugural Small Business Skills Summit armed with deep presentation knowledge and understanding, built from dedicating years to impromptu speaking skills, PowerPoint design, and coaching others to improve their own presentation skills.
He has given hundreds of speeches, facilitated and been MC for large conferences through to entertaining small groups. His PowerPoint presentations have been displayed internationally and are built on understanding the psychology behind effective design and use of visuals.
He joins over 60 small business experts presenting as part of the 11-day skills summit.
Created by business owners for business owners, the Small Business Summit has been devised to offer essential business skills and knowledge to the busy business owner.
The initiative is the brainchild of small business networking and resources group Business Business Business, with founder Linda Reed-Enever explaining it harnesses some of the finest talent in the small business community.
“We are thrilled with the line-up of this event. Not only are the 60 presenters experts in their specific fields, they live and breathe the small business ethos.”
“They understand small business is busy, often all-consuming and incredibly rewarding, so they offer a no-nonsense skills-based approach.”
The summit offers participants the convenience of taking part online, meaning they can tune in for live presentations and Q&As or learn about specific topics at their leisure for three months following the event.
Topics covered range from business finances, to goal setting, branding and mindset.
“If you have a question about where your business is going or are looking to understand what to do next, this is the forum to assist,” Linda states..
“There is literally something of value for every person in small business.”
The Small Business Skills Summit runs from August 6 to 16, with enrolments open now at https://enevergroup.thinkific.com/courses/small-business-skills-summit
About Business Business Business – Business Business Business is a hub of information, made for business owners, by business owners. With the mantra “Learn, Connect, Network and Do” it is an arena dedicated to supporting and offering essential resources and skills to small business operators.
For further information or to arrange an interview, contact:
Linda Reed-Enever on 0433 149 319