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Not every presentation requires a projector and screen, some can work best on a piece of paper. In this lesson, presentation expert Simon Morton, explains the many presentation tools available and when they can be most appropriate.
Video length: 4:20
About Simon Morton
Simon Morton is an internationally recognized expert on presentation development, and is the founder of Eyeful Presentations, one of the top three presentation consultancy and design companies in the world. Serving customers from more than 20 countries via five global offices, Simon has worked with top brands and thought-leaders, helping them to develop presentations that get the job done.
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