Do you feel that with every year your margins are smaller or your targets become harder? Or even that your best efforts no longer have the same results? Don’t worry, you’re part of an ever-growing club of people who feel the same, but there are solutions to be found.
If you're anything like most brand and marketing managers, you probably get accused of being a bit of a control freak from time to time. You're constantly encouraging (read: nagging) people to use compliant, branded templates and images, and you might even be guilty of waving that beloved brand manual of yours around at team meetings reminding people to read it regularly and follow the party (company) line at all times.
It’s said that around 35 million PowerPoints are created every single day. My guess is that at least a couple of those are at your organization. The question isn’t whether the presentation as a communication tool is still going strong or whether people are still using PowerPoint. The questions is: Are the decks any good?
Creativity takes time—something growing teams don’t have a lot of. But just because you’re rushed off your feet, doesn’t mean you can’t keep up that creative streak. By taking a few small steps, your team can turbocharge its way to creativity, without wasting a precious second.
As the year draws to an end, we wanted to quickly recap some of the exciting new developments we've been able to implement this year, before we all shift our focus to family, friends and the joys of the holiday season.
The modern consumer is far more knowledgeable than ever when it comes to selecting from a seemingly endless array of brands, products and services. In such a fiercely competitive environment, brand trust has become an important competitive differentiator.
Gone are the days of the 9-5 slog. Now your employees are more than mere clock-punchers—they’re vital team members with the autonomy to make their own decisions in business. Or at least they should be.
Choosing the right image can be difficult, and it’s impossible to put all the dos and don’ts in just a few words. There are too many variables.
However, there are a few simple guidelines that can be really helpful when looking for presentation images.