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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 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
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.
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
Timing of the Presentation
Delivery method (Impromptu, Memorizing and Reading
opening should introduce the topic, identify the purpose, and preview the
Effective openings include quotation, question, hypothetical situation.
Choose a Logical Sequence.
Establish Your Credibility.
should be finished on a strong, upbeat note, leaving your audience with a
clear and simple massage.
The use of Humor in Business Presentation
Ensure that visual instruments are needed,
simple, easily readable, and of the highest
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.
Dress appropriately-in comfortable, businesslike, conservative clothing.
Use a microphone effectively
Maintain eye contact with the audience, including all corners of the room in
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