LONDON, UK (RPRN) 8/3/2009 –– m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, has today announced it received a record number of enquiries regarding sales presentations in June. With the recession set to continue into 2010, many businesses are tightening their belts and looking for alternative ways of boosting sales. One such way is to create a more impactful presentation to ensure that every opportunity to make a sale is maximised.
An effective business presentation is essential to any company, particularly in more difficult times and m62 has developed a unique process to support presenters at the point of delivery through the use of psychological techniques to captivate the audienceâ€™s attention.
m62 incorporates Visual Cognitive Dissonance (VCD) and Passive Mnemonic Processing (PMP) to maximise audience engagement and recall of presentation messages, allowing presenters to convey key corporate information effectively and select specific information to be recalled by the audience.
Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62 visualcommunications said: â€œAn effective sales presentation is a must for any business, particularly when facing tougher economic times. Here at m62 we work to create presentations that are engaging, memorable and effective, capturing the audienceâ€™s attention and providing the presenter with training before the presentation is delivered to give them the best possible chance of closing the deal.
â€œThrough the use of psychological techniques and incorporating sound and animation into all of our bespoke presentations, we provide a unique service to our customers that makes a significant difference to their businesses.â€
m62 creates leading-edge presentations for every situation from pitch presentations to marketing presentations and can even create a bespoke interactive presentation depending on the clientâ€™s requirements.
m62 works across numerous B2B sectors including media, IT, finance, medical and construction and has delivered over 6,500 presentations o date for blue-chip brands including Sony, Microsoft, Toyota and BP.
For more information please visit m62.net or call m62 visualcommunications on 0870 602 6262.