Do you have to make a presentation any time soon?

November 9, 2009 at 6:54 pm 4 comments

If you are a participant in the MITEFP Business Acceleration Plan Competition on November 13, or are heading for the Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) in Australia from Dec 14 – 18, or are you participating in any other competition where you are expected to present your company or your product to a panel of judges, then these tips from Jawwad Ahmed Farid will be extremely helpful.

Jawwad Farid’s Presentation Cheat Sheet Part 1

Jawwad Farid’s Presentation Cheat Sheet Part 2

Jawwad Farid’s Presentation Cheat Sheet Part 3

Jawwad has been a judge for several years at both the P@SHA ICT Awards and the Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) so these ‘cheat sheets’ are a combination of the experience he has had during the past 5 years. If you pay attention to his suggestions, it may help you give it your best shot. Good luck!

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  • 1. Owaeis  |  November 9, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    very nice! Added to my bookmarks!

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  • 3. Arbab  |  November 10, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    hmmmm. Have to look at it. Once again thanks alot for sharing information.

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  • 4. Mahmood  |  November 14, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    Some excellent advice as usual from Jawwad. If only the BAP participants had a taken a look at this before their presentations. Some of the ideas were really neat, but the presentations were awful and the thought flow was all over the place. I though Khurram Samad from Geniteam did a reasonably good job of highlighting the opportunity, but no one was particularly good. The CEO of Aerocar (the winner) had a seemingly good product to work with but didn’t define his value proposition clearly until well into the Q&A stage. Doesn’t anyone screen presentations or provide feedback before they step onto the stage?

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