After a few weeks of being on Clubhouse, I’ve found some great rooms about branding and communications. However, I have seen little or no conversation around presentations per se. Whatever industry you are in, you’ve probably seen or held a presentation document in your hand.

Pitchbook Power – Presentations in the making

I have clients who need presentations, I have colleagues who are designers, I have other colleagues who are data fiends and love storytelling with data.

That’s a lot of people.

Therefore, I decided to create a room today where we can talk about the power of pitchbooks, pitch decks, slide decks, presentations, whatever name you have for them. People can ask questions we hope to help answer, and others can share insights that might help others in the room. The best part of Clubhouse is about sharing stories, experiences and expertise to help others.

Real time, real conversation.

Here are the details

  • Date: 4 Feb 2021
  • Time: 08:30 EST, 1:30pm GMT
  • Room title: Pitchbook Power
  • Topic: Anything ‘above the surface’ (content, visual identity, etc.) and ‘below the surface’ (templates)
  • Audience: users and specialists
  • Room link:
A new room on Clubhouse dedicated to conversations around Pitchbooks
A new room on Clubhouse dedicated to conversations around Pitchbooks

The 60-minute time slot should work for both UK and US colleagues. As a reminder, this session is for anyone who touches PowerPoint: technical wizards or users who have questions. I know who you are, so please come along.

Presentations and the power of communication

Although I may not have all the answers, I’m sure, with your help, we can help each other, share some learnings about presentations along the way and turn those questions into answers. Across all industries presenting and presentations is a wide-ranging topic in this new virtual world.

Have your say on it. Literally.

If you have questions, please get in touch.

Penny for your thoughts?