Creating a presentation for an audience of investors is a balancing act. On the one hand, there are specific pieces of information that investors want to see in a certain way, and if you don’t provide that information, they’ll wonder what you’re trying to hide. On the other hand, investors see so many presentations every month — hundreds of slides, thousands of charts, and an endless barrage of bullets and sub-bullets — it’s no wonder that so few make a lasting impression.
Posts by Tim Kane
Tim leads the Digital Branding practice at ICR, directing our digital, social and creative services. ICR is the parent company of Westwicke. He has a BS in advertising from Michigan State University.
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