3 Presentation Tools That Aren’t PowerPoint

By Natalie Dupuis, May 3, 2017

Planners have enough to worry about on-site without dealing with technological woes, so take note of these presentation tools to help streamline the event process. You’ll never let something as simple as an educator’s slide deck fumble get you down again.

Slidebean

Creating a slideshow that holds an audience’s attention is a challenge in and of itself. Slidebean curates the content you provide and designs it into a formatted presentation that is beautiful to look at and doesn’t sacrifice space for content.

Preseria

Collecting presentation tools via email is a time-consuming (and soul-draining) task. Preseria makes it easy by allowing speakers and sponsors to upload presentations and videos directly to the platform. It also puts everything in one place for the audiovisual company. 

Slido

Encourage educators and speakers to incorporate Slido into their presentations. It allows them to interact with the audience through live polls and Q&As within their sessions.

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