Have you ever joined a keynote presentation? What is a keynote presentation exactly? And what are the criteria a keynote presentation needs to meet? We presentation specialists give you a quick insight into a keynote presentation.
What is a keynote presentation?
As we said when discussing keynote speakers [link], there is not a specific definition for a ‘keynote presentation’. However, with our years of experience in the world of presentation, have a pretty good idea of what a keynote presentation is exactly. Basically, this is the presentation that supports a keynote speaker during an event. The keynote speaker is the most important (of one of the most important) speakers of an event/congress. He/she is speaking at the event about a subject that matches the event and often supports his/her story with visuals (a presentation).
What are the criteria that a keynote presentation needs to meet?
A keynote presentation has to, most of all, support your story in such a way that it strengthens your message. The image shouldn’t be distracting from the core of the story that you try to tell as a keynote speaker. Other than that, there are no strict rules as to how the structure, lay-out and content of a keynote presentation should look, as long as these three elements are present, and your message is conveyed clearly. Therefore, let’s explore the boundaries of innovation!
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