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Why Eyeful?

 

The Appliance of Science…mixed with a healthy dose of experience & know-how

 

Some people say ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’.

And while there may be some truth to this, we’re firmly of the opinion that our reputation as thought leaders in driving results from business presentations is worth a lot. Our know-how (or Intellectual Property, if you want to be fancy about it) has been the secret ingredient behind thousands of successful presentations. And in turn, those presentations have unlocked huge new sales wins, engaged and influenced marketing audiences and played a vital role in communicating important information to employee teams.

So, how do we do it? And what’s behind the know-how?

Well, Eyeful has been at the forefront of presentation innovation for more than a decade. Our presentation consultancy methodology and proven processes have developed and evolved over that time, keeping our customers’ presentations (and presenters) effective in the face of an ever-changing presentation landscape.

Our Intellectual Property is a great source of pride to us, not purely because it demonstrates that we understand (and, yes, we admit it –obsess) about the science of presentations from marketing and sales pitches to technical and cpd presentations. It matters because it has a direct positive impact on the effectiveness of our customers’ presentations too.

This is one of the reasons we were so delighted when leading business publisher, Wiley, approached us to publish a book detailing our approach and experiences when it comes to all things presentations. The Presentation Lab has not only garnered critical acclaim but has also been translated into six foreign languages.

We (and our customers) know that our intellectual property works.

So, going back to the ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ thinking, we’re more than happy to be presentation thought leaders in this equation. And now you know us, you’re perfectly placed to make the most of this know-how whenever you need it.

Dig a little deeper and click on the five key elements of our presentation approach below:

Sparking a Positive Change

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Sparking a Positive Change

Think Differently

Act Differently

Deliver Differently

Like it or not, businesses rely on presentations. From internal comms, through product development forums, to sales pitches, they run across all parts of a business.

All too often, this familiarity breeds contempt with a company-wide reliance on software like PowerPoint, or viewing presentations as a ‘task’ rather than an ‘opportunity’.

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We are firmly of the view that the audience is the most important stakeholder in any presentation.

Audience Heatmapping is a tool developed by Eyeful that allows you to focus on understanding your audience better, which in turn allows your presenter to determine the best way to engage with them throughout the presentation.

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Presentation Optimisationtm is at the heart of our presentation consultancy and lifts the lid on the entire presentation creation process.

Eyeful has been at the forefront of presentation innovation for more than a decade. Our presentation consultancy methodology and proven processes have developed and evolved over that time, keeping our customers’ presentations (and presenters) effective in the face of an ever-changing presentation landscape.

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For too long, presenters have limited themselves to using traditional slideware tools like PowerPoint or Prezi, and fallen foul of their inherent limitations.

Through consideration of the Presentation Landscape we ensure that our customers are provided with a set of presentation tool options that will allow them to present effectively according to each audience requirement.

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This concept shines a light on one of the biggest self-limiting challenges faced by presenters – namely the ‘license’ to readily respond and react to different audience requirements.

This concept shines a light on one of the biggest self-limiting challenges faced by presenters – namely the ‘license’ to readily respond and react to different audience requirements.

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