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This is a template for a presentation at InnoVenture Southeast 2011. Find more information at 2011.InnoVentureSoutheast.com

This is a template for a presentation at InnoVenture Southeast 2011. Find more information at 2011.InnoVentureSoutheast.com

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    InnoVenture Southeast Presentation Template InnoVenture Southeast Presentation Template Presentation Transcript

    • Presentation Format
      Presenters are organized into four focus areas: mobility, materials, energy, and connectivity. Presenters should make the best pitch possible for their organization and not feel constrained by the assigned category.
      The audience is hundreds of influential connected people. Don’t try to sell anyone. Intrigue those in the audience enough to want to have more in depth conversations after the presentation. The objective is for presenters to make connections with people in the audience who can help presenters get to the next level.
      Each presentation is no more than 8 minutes and no more than 10 slides. Typically presenters try to cram too much into their presentations. Zero in on the two or three crucial items do you want listeners to remember. Nail that.
      People can’t read dense text and listen to you at the same time. Big fonts and compelling images support what you are saying rather than compete with you. Less is more on your slides.
      These websites have great suggestions for effective presentations:
      • The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint
      • Presentation Zen
      Three cardinal rules of InnoVenture presentations.
      No audio • No video • No eye charts
    • Title Slide
      Replace this slide with your title slide.
      Replace the remaining slides with your presentation.
    • Slide 1-2
      Who are the customers, and what are they trying to do that is difficult, expensive or inconvenient?
      Are there prospective customers who may be in the audience at InnoVenture?
    • Slide 3
      What is the vision exciting enough to attract the talent and capital necessary to realize it?
    • Slide 4-5
      What is 100% of the capabilities required to completely satisfy the customer?
      In particular, what other organizations at InnoVenture can partner with to develop a complete solution to the problem?
    • Slide 6
      What milestones must be achieved for the business to succeed?
      In particular, what is the next milestone for which you are seeking expertise and resources at InnoVenture?
    • Slide 7
      Who is the leadership with a successful track record of doing what is essential?
      In particular, what talent are you seeking who may be in attendance at InnoVenture?
    • Slide 8
      What resources are required, and where will they come from?
      In particular, what customers, capital, talent or technology are you seeking that someone at InnoVenture may have access to?
    • Slide 9
      Summarize the most important two or three items you want the audience to remember after your presentation.
    • Slide 10
      Summarize specifically the customers, capital, talent, and technology you are seeking from someone in the audience at InnoVenture?