Tom Howell

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Tom Howell

Tom Howell is a PowerPoint designer and the founder of Synapsis Creative, a boutique presentation design agency. Tom started his career as a designer for multiple disciplines, and specialized in PowerPoint six years ago and has never looked back. His clients come from an array of different industries; among them are Universal Pictures, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Goldman Sachs Investment Banking and the United Nations. Tom loves the challenges and successes that are achievable in PowerPoint and lives to make presentations stand out for all the right reasons.

Here’s a list of links on where Tom Howell has been featured:

December 18, 2017 – How to Find Your Market in PowerPoint

September 9, 2013 – PowerPoint’s Video Exports: Conversation with Tom Howell

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