042 How to make a short company presentation video

 

 

Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Art of Business English. I hope you’re all having a great week.

Are you a small business owner? Do you have to give short company presentations? Have you ever thought about how you could make a short company presentation more attractive without spending a fortune on a professional? If this sounds like you or even if you would like to learn how you could make your presentations a bit more interesting, then today’s episode will be super helpful.

I was faced with the same dilemma, I was thinking to myself. How can I make a presentation more engaging? Instead of just sending a PDF attached to an email, I thought, what if I record myself giving the presentation on my PC, then send that video direct to my potential client.

If this sounds like something you would like to do then today you are in for a real treat as I show you a behind the scenes look at how you can develop your own in house presentations without spending a fortune. All it takes is a little know how and creativity and you’re on your way.

And this was how the idea for today’s episode was born. Today we are going to cover three main areas:

  1. What you need for a basic video
  2. How to prepare your PowerPoint
  3. Where to host your finished video

If you need help with your presentation vocabulary and expressions, then please take a look at episodes 39, 40 and 41. There we cover all of the language that you need and the steps you should take to create a captivating presentation.

Let’s get started with what you need.

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Andrew Ambrosius is the Director of Castells Immerscom and The Art of Business English. A specialist in Business English training and online course development.

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