Today’s inter-connected world can be a challenge to any presenter. One only has to think of the distractions posed by trilling ring tones, Blackberry bleeps or text alerts. And that doesn’t take account of the bloggers in your audience using their smart phones to blog, tweet or text. But presenters can strike back. Because smarter presentations are here. Technology doesn’t have to be a one-sided development for presenters. And that’s because smartphones are full of possibilities for the serious business presenter.
The team at PC World has come up with several options for smarter presentations helped with smartphones.
These solutions are with us right now. And the next step in terms of technology?
Well, we looked at the 3M MP180 pocket presentation projector last year. That’s a great pico-projector that’s proved more than worthwhile. Will there come a time when a smartphone takes on pico-projector capabilities?
Maybe. There was a time when phone cameras were a novelty. Until then there’s plenty to work with for your next presentation.
When you need help and assistance with your next presentation you can always work through our presentation skills tips. Or, as an alternative, you can join us for a presentation skills course. You can train at a regular, scheduled course or organise your very own corporate presentation training. You can also choose an on-site or off-site training centre. Please do not hesitate to get in touch when you need more assistance.
The Principal Trainer at training business Time to Market. Based in Oxford, I run presentation and public speaking training courses, coaching sessions and seminars throughout the UK. Andrew Ivey on Google+
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