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Business presentation

  1. 1. A business presentation is a formal tutorial or introduction of business practices or products. A business presentation is typically carried out using audio/visual presentation material, such as projectors and statistical documents The two most common types of business presentations are : sales presentations Sales presentations are conducted by suppliers in front of a potential client or customer, with the express purpose of pitching their product or service.  Intra-organization presentations are conducted by one or more members of an organization to their coworkers, and are often for the purpose of introducing new policies or operations.
  2. 2.  oral presentations provide immediate feedback from audience and help in quick decision-making Speaker control over audience by putting question to them and ensure their attention towards presentation. Visual aids makes presentations more effective than written report Disadvantage of Oral Presentation It does not have permanent effect It can not be recorded and referred to in future It is expensive and need many resources.
  3. 3. 1. Planning: Determining the purpose of the presentation, analyzing the audience, and determining the timing and method of delivery. 2. Organizing: Collecting the data and outlining it in a logical order. 3. Developing visual aids: Selecting the appropriate type, number, and content of visual aids. 4. Practicing: Rehearsing by simulating the actual presentation conditions as closely as possible. 5. Delivery: Dressing appropriately, maintaining friendly eye contact, speaking in an effective manner, and answering questions confidently.
  4. 4. Purpose Audience Analysis Timing of the Presentation Delivery method (Impromptu, Memorizing and Reading from notes.
  5. 5. The opening  opening should introduce the topic, identify the purpose, and preview the presentation.  Effective openings include quotation, question, hypothetical situation. The Body  Choose a Logical Sequence.  Establish Your Credibility. The Ending  should be finished on a strong, upbeat note, leaving your audience with a clear and simple massage.  The use of Humor in Business Presentation
  6. 6. Ensure that visual instruments are needed, simple, easily readable, and of the highest quality.
  7. 7. Rehearse your presentation extensively, simulating the actual speaking conditions as much as possible and using your visual aids. Use simple language and short sentences, with frequent preview, summary, transition, and repetition. Stand tall and naturally, and speak in a loud, clear, enthusiastic voice Vary the rate and volume of your voice. Use correct diction and appropriate gestures.
  8. 8. Dress appropriately-in comfortable, businesslike, conservative clothing. Use a microphone effectively Maintain eye contact with the audience, including all corners of the room in your gaze. To avoid anxiety, practice extensively, develop positive attitude, and concentrate on the friendly faces in the audience. Plan your answers to possible questions ahead of time. Listen to each questions carefully and address your answer to the entire audience.
  • GummadiKruparao

    Jul. 1, 2021
  • PraveenMallela1

    Jun. 16, 2021

how to deliver business presentation

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