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Winning a NAB Best of Show Award, presented by Government Video… that needs some explanation
May 14, 2018

Winning a NAB Best of Show Award, that needs some explanation

by Peter Ryckaert

As the winner of an NAB Best of Show Award 2018, presented by NewBay Government Video, crowdbeamer made a big impression in Las Vegas. NAB Best of Show Awards are evaluated by a panel of engineers and industry experts, and are selected based on innovation, feature set, cost efficiency and performance in serving the industry.

How to keep the undivided attention of your audience
April 26, 2018

How to keep the undivided attention of your audience

by Peter Ryckaert

Getting and keeping the undivided attention of your audience is harder than ever. All the more reason to make room for interaction and to minimize distraction. Use crowdbeamer, if you want your next presentation to be more successful.

Presentation remotes & other must-haves to support your presentations
January 10, 2018

Making presentations more successful using a presentation remote & crowdbeamer

by Luc Meulewaeter

Providing relevant content to your audience, getting your message across and empowering everybody to use your information after you’ve finished presenting. That’s what defines a successful presentation. It takes three things to make that happen: excellent presentation content, perfect preparation, and great presentation tools.

How to make any informal meeting more productive
October 11, 2017

How to make any informal meeting more productive

by Peter Ryckaert

Informal meetings outside the typical conference room environment happen much more frequently than any other type of meeting. Read how visual content sharing can make them much more productive.

5 common presentation mistakes
September 20, 2017

5 common presentation mistakes and how to avoid them

by Luc Meulewaeter

All of us can learn from the most common presentation mistakes. Read these 5 tips on how to avoid starting on a weak note, flooding your customer with slides or reading straight off a slide deck.

How to use ClickShare with crowdbeamer
June 14, 2017

How to use ClickShare with crowdbeamer

by Peter Ryckaert

If you are regularly planning and running meetings, your focus should be on creating a climate that fosters collaboration among meeting participants – at least if you want to be serious about having more productive meetings. To help you with that, it pays to keep five simple facts in mind.

Looking for an innovative meeting format
April 25, 2017

Looking for an innovative meeting format to boost creative thinking?

by Sara Coene

Think about the experience and knowledge of everybody on your team combined! What an extensive resource of valuable ideas and inspiration. Above all, it’s a resource that you can easily tap into. One way to do so is to organize your team meetings in a different way, preparing for something far better than one-way communication and passive listening.

Giving an effective sales presentation
March 15, 2017

Giving an effective sales presentation

by Luc Meulewaeter

A good first impression is not what your customer will ultimately remember. The last impression is most likely to be a lasting one, and you never get a second chance to make a good last impression. Read these five tips that will help you to leave a lasting impression with your customer.

5 facts about meetings
February 28, 2017

Five facts to keep in mind for more productive meetings

by Peter Ryckaert

If you are regularly planning and running meetings, your focus should be on creating a climate that fosters collaboration among meeting participants – at least if you want to be serious about having more productive meetings. To help you with that, it pays to keep five simple facts in mind.

How to give engaging presentations
October 14, 2016

How to give engaging presentations?

by Luc Meulewaeter

Never forget that the only purpose of giving a presentation is to engage your audience. Keep it simple. Tell a story. Just don’t do all the talking.

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