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New '5in5' presentation format. Similar to Petcha Kutcha and Ignite, but more fun. Five slides in five minutes, with a moderator. Created for Converge+UK evening events.

New '5in5' presentation format. Similar to Petcha Kutcha and Ignite, but more fun. Five slides in five minutes, with a moderator. Created for Converge+UK evening events.

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  • 1. Five SlidesInFive MinutesIntroduction to the new ‘5in5’format from Converge+UK. Peter Thomson
  • 2. PROBLEMPetcha Kutcha presentations (20slides in 7 mins) are fun. But theyare too fast paced to be enjoyablefor the audience (or the presenter). Peter Thomson
  • 3. SOLUTIONConverge+UK simplified the formatbut kept the high energy of the“speed presentation” style. Focuson the presenter’s story, notthe slides! Peter Thomson
  • 4. FIVE SLIDES Five slides is enough to cover the key points of a topic. It suits a casual evening event like Converge+UK with drinks and casual networking. Peter Thomson
  • 5. FIVE MINUTES Five minutes allows for multiple speakers. One minute per slide is a good length for storytelling and anecdotes. Peter Thomson
  • 6. TOPICS Works best with personal war stories or anecdotes about your quirky/creative side-projects. No shop talk, no pitching, no conclusions and “takeaways”. Peter Thomson
  • 7. APPENDIXExamples:- 5 things we can learn about creativityfrom Movie Westerns.- 5 things I learned about eCommercefrom traditional Vietnamese proverbs.- 5 lessons for entrepreneurs frombees. Peter Thomson
  • 8. EG: CREATIVITY & MOVIE WESTERNS Confidence Short And Silence prompt for anecdote Interesting topic Big Image Peter Thomson
  • 9. EG: ECOMMERCE & VIETNAMESE PROVERBS Short Thông minh prompt for " anecdote •  Do"what"you"must"with"what" you"have" •  E.g."Chánh" Interesting –  Solu8on:"in:house"delivery" topic –  COD!" Big Image Peter Thomson
  • 10. EG: ENTREPRENEURSHIP & BEES Short Communication prompt for anecdote Interesting topic Big Image Peter Thomson
  • 11. EG: CREATIVITY & BOUNDRIES Short prompt for anecdote Interesting topic Big Image Peter Thomson
  • 12. NEXT STEPS How to do your own #FiveinFive presentation: www.converge-uk.org About the author: www.peterjthomson.com Peter Thomson
  • 13. CREDITSConverge+UK is a series of evening events to bring togetherdesign, business and technology. The group also brings togetherthe divergent world of startups and enterprise.Klaus Bravenboer, Tim McCready, Peter Thomson - Converge+UKSallie Bale, David Clare, Dan George - Converge+UKNeil Tierney - Presenter, The future of healthAlfie Dennen - Presenter, Creativity at the boundariesMat Morrison - Presenter, Coding & visualising statisticsJonathan Horner - Presenter, 5 movie westerns & creativityAlex Dalyac - Presenter, 5 Vietnamese proverbs & eCommerceAlex Butler - Presenter, Five lessons from bees for entrepreneurs www.peterjthomson.com Peter Thomson