I have to do a presentation to a prospective employer on Wednesday, the brief is the client...
currently uses TV advertising and i have to persuade them on the merits of outdoor and radio. Can you direct me to any good examples of presentations on this topic?
Present your topic in favor of the good signs of yours, while offering a positive transition for the other. Let him know that you understand although you are teaching him something at the same time.
I don't have a link to a presentation on the same topic, but I do have tips on presenting: http://soft-skills-development.suite101 … esentation Hope you'll find it useful!
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