Emma Bannister, Presentation Studio

Created: Tuesday, August 23, 2016, posted by at 3:30 pm

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Emma Bannister

Emma Bannister has seen the shift in the culture of presentations over the years: endless bullet points don’t engage audiences. But does slapping stock images on slides change anything? Or is there a new way? With over two decades of Visual Design experience, and ten years as founder and CEO at Presentation Studio, Emma is a presentation skills coach and blogger. Passionate that powerful presentations consist of more than just visual design – she teaches a new way of thinking – Visual ThinkingTM.

Here is a list of her features on Indezine:

February 8, 2018
VisualStory Training from Presentation Studio: Conversation with Emma Bannister

August 23, 2016
Presentation Summit 2016: Conversation with Emma Bannister

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