Each slide should contain only one idea.
If you place several significant ideas on one slide, most likely, none of them will be remembered by the audience. For each idea, highlight a separate slide. The same goes for numerical information. If you place several numerical values on one slide, they will not be well accepted by the audience.
Make vivid statistics
Any statistical data, and they, as a rule, are expressed in numbers and percentages, is better represented as visualized and visual as possible. For example, “20 million” will look much more impressive if you write “20 million”. Continue reading
The story of the legendary Starbucks began back in 1972. Friends Zev Zigl, Jerry Baldwin and Gordon Bowker decided to open a small business for three – a shop selling coffee beans, as well as various devices for roasting and brewing coffee. Entrepreneurs owe the name of their business to the world famous Moby Dick literary work by Herman Melville.
Why coffee? Yes, it’s just that all three passion loved this freshly brewed, aromatic drink. For about 10 years in a row, things were going very well at the coffee shop. And in the 1980s, business began to undergo some changes.
Coming into the Howard Schultz business
The first business left Zev Zigl, and it happened in 1980. At that time, the business was not just one small store, but a whole network of six outlets throughout Washington. Continue reading