Kurt Dupont, PresentationPoint

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Kurt Dupont

Kurt Dupont, based out of Belgium heads PresentationPoint, a company that creates several amazing PowerPoint add-ins. After his Computer Science studies, Kurt started with Andersen Consulting (Accenture nowadays) in Brussels. After three years he moved to the Brussels Airport Terminal Company that runs the Brussels airport – this last placement inspired the start-up of Take-off (now known as PresentationPoint) in 1998.

Here’s a list of links on Indezine.com where he has been featured:

November 3, 2016 – PresentationPoint VideoPoint: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

July 13, 2016 – How to Use a Timer in PowerPoint: by Kurt Dupont

July 10, 2015 – Dynamic MUSIC: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

June 30, 2016 – Dynamic LIKES: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

June 06, 2016 – Using Dynamic PICTURES in PowerPoint: by Kurt Dupont

November 18, 2015 – Dynamic WEATHER: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

August 28, 2014 – PresentationLand.com: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

October 16, 2013 – DataPoint 2: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

January 04, 2012 – NewsPoint: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

February 5, 2007 – An Interview with Kurt Dupont

June 14, 2006 – DataPoint: Conversation with Kurt Dupont

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