ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE Mike Shew, CEO- 2000-2002 Fort Pierce Development Management Company, LLC Copyright 1996-2...
2000-2002 Business Plan
$12-Million Sought
Executive Summary
Funds Sought
The Enterprise
The Concept
Time Table
Management
Marketing
Competition
Financial Documents
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  • Frequently, presenters must deliver material of a technical nature to an audience unfamiliar with the topic or vocabulary. The material may be complex or heavy with detail. To present technical material effectively, use the following guidelines from Dale Carnegie Training®.   Consider the amount of time available and prepare to organize your material. Narrow your topic. Divide your presentation into clear segments. Follow a logical progression. Maintain your focus throughout. Close the presentation with a summary, repetition of the key steps, or a logical conclusion.   Keep your audience in mind at all times. For example, be sure data is clear and information is relevant. Keep the level of detail and vocabulary appropriate for the audience. Use visuals to support key points or steps. Keep alert to the needs of your listeners, and you will have a more receptive audience.
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  • Economic Development Experience

    1. 1. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE Mike Shew, CEO- 2000-2002 Fort Pierce Development Management Company, LLC Copyright 1996-2001 © Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc.
    2. 2. 2000-2002 Business Plan
    3. 3. $12-Million Sought
    4. 4. Executive Summary
    5. 5. Funds Sought
    6. 6. The Enterprise
    7. 7. The Concept
    8. 8. Time Table
    9. 9. Management
    10. 10. Marketing
    11. 11. Competition
    12. 12. Financial Documents
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