many seminars or demonstrations have you attended, where faults in the
presentation made a greater impression than the product or service you
went to learn about?
How many brochures, flyers, pamphlets, newsletters,
advertisements or posters have you come across which are memorable for
their howlers rather than their product or service?
Good messages are so often overshadowed by poor
presentation. At best it distracts. At worst, it discourages the very
people someone wants to impress.
For example, people really remember:
An inept or untrained
Inappropriate room for
the purpose or poor use of space in the room
Unhelpful layout of
Feeling out of their
depth or confused
In every case, someone has spent money to give the
wrong impression. It would be better to do nothing!
need not happen to you
course, not everyone can be expert at everything. As a specialist in your
own field, you cannot hope to be well versed in all aspects of
presentation and publishing. That’s where
gives you as much or as little help as you need, so your presentations and
publications are remembered for all the right reasons.
love to arrange a presentation for our clients, but don’t know where
can organise everything
but the content. You tell us what you want to say and we can
arrange how to say it. The venue, the equipment, the visual aids,
the lot. If you wish, we’ll even help you make the presentation.
existing presentation is great, but I’d like to make it just a
little more professional.
will review your
presentation and suggest how it may be made even better – anything
from reworking your overheads to coaching you in presentation
to publish a newsletter for prospects, clients or staff – but don’t
have the time.
will do the whole job for you – from writing the
stories to arranging printing and distribution.
already produce newsletters and brochures, but I know they sometimes
have spelling and grammatical errors in them.
will proof-read your
script and make it ready for the meanest critic.
worry about the costs of promotion.
If you can’t justify the
fee for a first class job, how do
you justify the cost of a poor one?