Presenting Online in English

When you are presenting online in English you should keep a few things in mind.

  • Know your audience – this is always true.

  • Be clear about your message – make sure you get your point across.

  • Use interactive features – facilitate interaction with quizzes, questionnaires, surveys and the like.

  • Make sure the presentation is well designed and engaging – use multi-media rather than just text.

  • Be written in impressive,  professional English.

Presenting online in English, you might think, is not as effective as presenting face-to-face. That is not true. On the contrary, presenting online offers possibilities that face-to-face presentations don’t. With an online presentation you can be interactive.  This turns a presentation into a discussion, and if you do it right, your online presentation can be far more powerful than a face-to-face meeting.

Our Services

  • Building presentations is an art. We have been developing professional presentations for many years, and we have direct experience building and presenting them to Fortune 500 companies in Europe and the US.

  • There are cultural differences in how people respond to words, colours and styles of presentation. We are well-placed to tell your English-speaking audience exactly what you are trying to say, taking social conventions and norms into account.

  • We are able to write persuasive and informative presentation copy in perfect and persuasive English that really causes emotional responses in US and European audiences.

  • We have extensive experience writing online presentations and we know how to integrate interactive features to ensure that you make the best impression on your audience.

  • Let us help you really communicate with English-speaking audiences.

The Process

Defining the brief: you will send us an initial brief outlining the aim of the presentation and the information that you want included, the target audience, the product or service being presented and the type of presentation you want to produce.

We will review the information you submit, calculate how much work we need to do on it, and then get back to you with a proposal. We will include what we expect to do, the time we expect it  to take and then send you an offer.

Once you have received the offer you can either accept it immediately, or arrange a consultation to discuss the project. You are under no obligation to accept the offer until this stage. Once the offer is accepted, we will work on the first draft and send it to you.

There may be corrections, new thoughts, or other input from you. That is expected. We include this revision in the initial quote, so you have the opportunity to give us feedback at this point. Once we receive your feedback, we will make the changes requested, and deliver the presentation. Naturally, we will work with you to ensure that you are fully satisfied with the final product. 

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