3 principles for designing a conference presentation to engage today’s audience

October 9, 2018
Encore Research

Getting people to attend your conference is one, if not the biggest, challenge event planners face. It’s the whole reason you’re organising the event and attendance numbers are one of the biggest factors determining its success. Once you have them there, the real challenge facing planners is keeping audiences engaged.

At most conferences, seminars and exhibitions, attendees go from session to session listening to speakers and hopefully participating in discussions. Standing out and being memorable is the key to success in these content heavy events. So how do you make your presentation the one they can’t stop talking about? Whether it’s intriguing your audience to continue the conversation or inspiring questions, think about the desired results and design slides to achieve that.

What’s the easiest way to awesome? Elevate the creative quality of your presentation and reach your audience more effectively by incorporating these three principals for great presentation design.

  1. BE STRAIGHTFORWARD WITH YOUR PRESENTATION DESIGN
  2. MAKE YOUR PRESENTATION INTERACTIVE AND ENTERTAINING
  3. INCLUDE UNEXPECTED VIDEOS AND IMAGERY TO KEEP THEM ON THEIR TOES

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Thanks to innovations in audio visual solutions and event technologies this can be an exciting and virtually limitless operation. However, the grander the idea, the more costly it is to execute. That’s why when it comes to organising a conference getting the speakers right and their presentations should be high priority and the rest can be bonuses to really amp up the experience.

Encore Event Technologies have helped countless conference planners deliver high impact experiences just using a creative presentation displayed on an engaging stage set with ambient lighting and AV for theatrics. Speak to us today to start formulating ideas about how you can make your next presentation the one everyone talks about!

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