How to Deliver Presentation?


  • How to make an effective Presentation?
  • How to start and deliver YOUR Presentation?
  • How to Introduce the Next Speaker in a Presentation?
  • How to close the Presentation?
  • Additional Points

How to make an effective presentation?

  • Be consistent with elements such as font, colors, and background.
  • Simplify and limit the number of words on each screen.
  • Use contrasting colors for text and background.
  • Avoid the use of flashy transitions such as text fly-ins.
  • Overuse of special effects could negatively affect your credibility.
  • Use good-quality images that complement your message.
  • Give one slide per minute.
  • Have a Plan B in the event of technical difficulties.
  • Do not read from your slides.
  • Avoid facing your presentation screen rather than your audience.
  • Overuse of special effects could negatively affect your credibility.
  • Be confident about your content.

How to Start and Deliver YOUR Presentation?

  • Tell your audience who you are

Example: ”Hello, everyone. My name is Aja Patel, a seasoned business leader in the world of beauty products. Over the course of my career, I have helped five start-up beauty brands become top-tier brands in the Indian market.”

  • Share what you are presenting

Example: “I am here today to talk to you about why Target Reach Plus was created, who is benefiting from it already and how you can implement this kind of technology in your stores.”

  • Let them know why it is relevant

Example: “Did you know that 30% of India’s retailers rely on CustomMax Pro for customer management? By 2030, that number is expected to spike by 15%. 45% of those same retailers today using this platform to track sales and marketing efforts still experience slow connection speeds and platform crashes. This is why I urge you to consider adopting Target Reach Plus for your customer management, which already boasts a much lower percentage rate of crashing and sluggishness.”


  • Tell a story

Example: “When I went shopping a few weeks ago with a couple of good friends, I immediately noticed how there are now robots roaming the store and taking orders.”

  • Make an interesting statement

If you do not have a personal story to share with the audience, consider sharing a thought-provoking fact about your presentation’s relevance.

  • Ask for audience participation

The best way to do this is by asking an open-ended question that requires them to either raise a hand or stand up to answer.

How to Introduce the Next Speaker in a Presentation?

  • Summarize what you just talked about.

Example: “So, in conclusion, if global warming continues at the current rate, more than 140 million people could be displaced by 2050.”

  • Introduce the next speaker with their name, title/profession, and topic of the talk.

Example: “Up here is Vineet, who is a student of DTU going to speak about an exciting discovery he made while researching the behaviors of Puget Sound’s octopus population last year.”

How to Close the Presentation?

  • Summarize the key points.
  • Present a call to action.
  • Acknowledge others

Additional Points

  • Be flexible to manage the situation.
  • Use tonality.
  • Keep high energy.
  • Make eye contact.
  • Make the two-way presentation.
  • Maintain good body language.

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