Four Lessons from the Greatest Presentation FAILS

What do Mark Zuckerberg and Ronald Reagan have in common? They’ve both made embarrassing presentation blunders that you can learn from. Even the most well-known public figures can run into mishaps sometimes. Learn from these four presentation fails to become … Read More

Tips for hosting a panel discussion

These days we don’t like to be talked at; broadcast is out and interactivity is in. At Zeetings we are always looking for ways that we can help you make your presentations more interactive; a panel discussion is a great way … Read More

Offsite planning – Creating a great face-to-face meeting.

Increasingly work is going virtual. Many of us now work from home, and our teams are distributed across the globe. Whilst there are definite advantages with this new way of working, the face-to-face meeting is still a critical component in building strong working … Read More

Working with Video in Live Presentations

Something that always seems to cause problems in live presentations is Video. It is hard to say why, Video is just quirky and often goes wrong. More and more, we like to include video in our presentations. In this article I … Read More

PowerPoint is killing critical thought

Good piece on presentation software by Andrew Smith of the Guardian. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/sep/23/powerpoint-thought-students-bullet-points-information?CMP=share_btn_link (external link)