Top 10 Templates To Understand Marketing Environment Components For An Infallible Business Strategy
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by Malvika Varma
1y ago
Developing a successful marketing strategy is no cakewalk. From the latest innovations to changing customer trends to competitor tactics, each factor significantly influences marketing techniques. One such dynamic element which cannot be neglected is the marketing environment. Let us understand this with a real quick example.  During the COVID-19 outbreak, a few industries realized the changing demands of their customers and accordingly improvised their business and marketing plans. Industries like pharma, OTT platforms, telecom, online education, e-commerce, and door-to-door delivery com ..read more
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How to Design Cross-Linked Chains in PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
Content plays a very crucial role in making a presentation great. However, aesthetics play an equally important role too. They breathe new life into an otherwise dull and lifeless presentation making it nothing less than a masterpiece! Chain links are one such metaphorical representation that can help you create great presentations without much time and effort. They are symbolic of strength, connection, link, relationship and much more which makes them an essential attribute of a great business presentation.  So, let us walk you through the steps of designing chain links using only one so ..read more
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How to Design a Location Pin Icon in PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
As humans, we need quick and easy methods to process complex information since nobody has a lot of time to read through and understand complicated concepts.  And that’s precisely what an icon does! It helps you to interpret and process the most complicated concepts quickly and easily making it very useful when it comes to designing presentations. It acts as visual metaphors providing essential instructions or descriptions. And the coolest part is that it is usually done in the form of a single image.  Just think about it: We all are aware that a circle with diagonal lines showcase “N ..read more
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How to Design a Magnifying Glass Icon in PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
Using the right visuals can make a lot of difference to your presentation. In fact, they can transform an altogether boring presentation and turn it into an exciting one without putting too much of an effort. They also strike the right chord by acting as visual metaphors to explain the most complicated concepts in a simplified manner.  The magnifying glass icon is generally used as a symbolic representation of zoom or search. However, it can also be used to convey the most creative business ideas and to add an element of interest to the presentation. It also helps in highlighting some imp ..read more
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How to Create SWOT Analysis Icons in PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
We all are guilty of sometimes having “blinders” on when we are carrying out our business operations or simply working in an organization. We often focus on a part of a situation and not a holistic problem and so we fail to look at the bigger picture.  Luckily enough there are a few tried and tested processes that can help you look at the holistic problem of your organization and not a part of it. Using them, you can easily zoom out and collect some actionable insights that can help in growing and expanding your business. One of the most popular and probably the most useful one is the SWO ..read more
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How To Create A Pillar Diagram To Lay A Solid Foundation
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
Pillars are always standing tall and high. Why? Because of their solid foundation. If the foundation of a pillar isn’t strong enough, it won’t be able to stand tall and high like other pillars.  Similarly, in order to make our businesses as strong as a pillar and as tall as a skyscraper, a solid foundation has to be laid out.  A pillar is all about the strength and support it gives to the structure. Being such an important element of a tall building, it is a vital element of our businesses too. They can be used for representing some of the underlying principles of a business concept ..read more
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Learn To Design An Envelope Icon In PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
An envelope icon! Yes, only using PowerPoint.  But why create an envelope icon in the first place?  Due to the fact that it is a very versatile icon that can be used for both personal and professional purposes. It can be used to convey messages to the customers or the viewers as well as to make special announcements. An envelope icon can also be used to proclaim awards with the pop-out effect that we are about to create in this tutorial.  So, let us get started with this easy yet very effective PowerPoint tutorial! This tutorial will walk you through all the steps that you need ..read more
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Learn To Create The Paint Brush Effect In PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
PowerPoint is a powerful tool. If used properly it can turn your boring presentation slides into something dynamic and out of the world. But how?  You must be thinking that PowerPoint does not have artistic tools like Photoshop does, so how is this possible? Well, we have a cure with an artistic touch and that is the one and only Paint Brush Effect. A paint brush effect?  Yes, you read it right! Sometimes the simplest of the designs can really turn your slide around. It can make it a huge success. Even though PowerPoint lacks paint brushes per se but the exact effect can be achieved ..read more
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Learn to Create A Professional Dartboard Diagram In PowerPoint
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
When it comes to stating goals and objectives in a presentation, how many of you have witnessed objective slides which are so dull and absolutely bland that you cringed?   Did you come across something like this- plain, ugly and boring objectives slide without any graphic or diagram such as a dartboard? I am sure you must have.   This is a very common mistake that most of us make. Rather than making our slides visually appealing we are more focused on the content. Yes, content is the main part of any business presentation slide, but the design also matters. After all the d ..read more
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PowerPoint Tutorial: How To Create A Business Matrix
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by gunjan.gupta@slidetech.in
1y ago
Recall the last presentation you attended. Can you remember any of the data or numbers presented during the presentation? I am sure your answer is No. Research shows that more than 50% of the information is lost within the next 10 minutes of the presentation, 25% the next day and only 10% of the information remains till the next week. This is where charts and graphs come to play. They are compact yet highly comprehensible. One can easily memorize any data presented in a chart form and one such popular chart in the business world is none other than a Matrix. If you are not familiar with the ter ..read more
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