May 19, 2020

Wow Your Audience with a Creative and Unique Presentation

Business
Australia
presentation
creative
Bizclik Editor
2 min
Wow Your Audience with a Creative and Unique Presentation

This story originally appeared here in the April issue of Business Review Australia magazine.

Written by Monika Mudell, Slidemaster

Leaving a lasting impression with your audience can be one of the hardest marketing challenges you ever deal with. Despite the apparent challenge it can be done successfully – using a clever outside-the-box-technique. You’re about to discover an innovative way to get your message across.

Slidemaster, a hip Australian company, uses an innovative marketing approach to help you stand out from the masses, while bringing your message across in a powerful and creative way. The company specialises in the design of unique, custom-made PowerPoint presentations, as a creative marketing tool to stand out from your competitors. Slidemaster’s design team uses powerful storytelling to aptly demonstrate your value and expertise. Their creative approach proves that PowerPoint can be so much more than slides with simple bullet points.

Slidemaster’s presentations are unlike anything you’ve seen before. They are not a “tidy me up” solution for time-poor business owners or CEOs. Each slide is designed individually to showcase your product, service or idea in a way that leaves a lasting impression with your audience. You can use these presentations to wow your audience at seminars, sales meetings, at events and even online. A brilliant presentation helps your audience to visually grasp your message and strengthens brand awareness.

Good business opportunities can arise  anytime, anywhere. So, it's always good to have your presentation in hand. Slidemaster creates a presentation that explores the full potential of mobile devices.

Prestige clients such as Coca Cola, BT Financial Group, State Super Financial Services and others are already successfully using Slidemaster’s presentations to build lasting relationships with customers in the marketplace. Slidemaster’s bespoke PowerPoint presentations tell your story in a manner that inspires, captivates, evokes, teaches, moves, entertains, sells, engages, challenges, and motivates your audience. In short, your communication becomes alive. Rather than having your message lost in a pool of millions, your message will captivate your audience with the art of storytelling.

Slidemaster’s trained designers use a fresh and cutting edge style to deliver your jaw-dropping presentation and they will work with you to deliver a compelling, wow presentation that encourages your audience to take action. As a result, you improve brand awareness, increase the perception of your business and improve your bottom line. These storytelling presentations are suitable for small and large businesses and corporations worldwide.

Contact info for the company:

T. +61 2 8971 6297

www.slidemaster.com.au

[email protected]

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Jul 18, 2021

Beyond Limits: Cognitive AI in APAC

BeyondLimits
Mitsui
AI
Energy
3 min
Artificial intelligence startup Beyond Limits and global investment company Mitsui have partnered up to bring AI to the energy industry

Courtesy of current estimates, it looks like Asia-Pacific AI will be worth US$136bn by 2025. Its governments and corporations invest more money than the rest of the world in AI tech, the data of its citizens is considered fair game, and its pilots are small-scale and, as a result, ruthlessly effective. This is why, according to Jeff Olson, Cognizant’s Associate Vice President for Projects, AI and Analytics, Digital Business and Technology, the APAC region ‘is right on the edge of an AI explosion’. 

 

Now, startup Beyond Limits is pushing the boundaries of what AI can do, mirroring humans in its ability to find solutions with even limited information. As of this July, it’s partnered up with Mitsui, a global trading and investment company, to expand its impact in APAC. 

How Does Beyond Limits Work? 

Most AI companies claim that they can help businesses make better decisions. But many need astoundingly large stores of data to feed their information-hungry algorithms. Beyond Limits, in contrast, takes a different tack. Perfect data, after all, is largely a pipe dream kept alive by PhD students. In reality, systems must often make decisions from small, incomplete sets of intel. 

 

But Beyond Limits’ AI is no black box. ‘When little to no data is available, Beyond Limits symbolic technologies rely on deductive, inductive, and abductive reasoning capabilities’, explained Clare Walker, Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. While making these leaps in logic, however, the system also keeps track, ensuring that humans can review the AI’s ‘thought process’. 

Why Partner With Mitsui? 

Beyond Limits is built for specific applications such as energy, utilities, and healthcare—but lacks the extensive industry network of Mitsui. Partnering allows Beyond Limits to access a portfolio of firms specialising in minerals and metals, energy, infrastructure, and chemicals. ‘We’ve been working on this deal for several years’, said Mitsui’s Deputy General Manager Hiroki Tanabe. ‘Mitsui’s global portfolio and Beyond Limits’ AI technology will...deliver impact’. 

 

In the first test of that dramatic statement, Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) will soon deploy Beyond Limits’ new system. If everything goes according to plan, LNG will optimise how it extracts and refines energy, making money for both itself and investors—including Mitsui. This, in fact, is Mitsui’s strategy: go digital and don’t look back. 

 

Why Does This Matter? 

Forty-five percent of Asia-Pacific companies surveyed in Cognizant’s thought leadership ebook consider themselves AI leaders. Positivity bias, that oh-so-common tendency of humans to position themselves as above average as compared to others, strikes again. (Most small companies fail to launch successful AI projects on their own.) And partly, this is because firms fail to integrate AI with industry expertise. 

 

 ‘A large part of the focus on talent for AI today has been getting the people who are strong in mathematics, AI, and technologies’, said Olson. ‘But where you make your money out of AI projects is when you apply them to your business’. In short: APAC nations looking for ways to bridge the gap might follow Beyond Limits and Mitsui’s playbook—coupling startup AI with a corporate network.

 

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