Sales Meeting Presentations for the 21st Century – Part 1

Sales Meeting Presentations for the 21st Century – Part 1

Our work as a digital creative agency isn’t limited to web sites and video production. We are also engaged to work on digital event consultation and media for corporate meetings and business events. We love doing this type of work because it is usually very creative, very client collaborative, and has an excitement level about it due to the importance and immediacy involved. Not to mention we get to see our work used on a large screen engaging a group of people gathered together for a common purpose (almost like putting on a concert or play) – which is very cool!

Highlights of key digital media elements of a successful sales meeting.

Highlights of key digital media elements of a successful sales meeting.

If you work in corporate America or the b2b industry you’ve likely been to your share of events like these and experienced many different approaches, themes, styles and media. Some that may have wowed you and some that didn’t.

Through the years, as we’ve helped clients on a variety of forms of these sales meetings, corporate retreats, and business conferences  we’ve assembled a list of of elements that we feel help make for an overall successful company meeting event experience.

Here is a a break down of the major list elements we’ll elaborate on over the next few days here on the Going Interactive Blog:

Have a Great Meeting Theme

Use a Meeting Walk-In Loop

Inspire the Audience with a Meeting Introduction / Kick-Off Video

Make sure the CEO or Keynote Presentation Stands Out

Help our attendees out with Schedule Screens

Breakout Session PPT and Presentation Support

Awards Show Media



is Co-founder of Going Interactive and Strategic Director.Doug brings over 22 years of professional experience to the table. He is a seasoned professional with a knack for complex problem solving and common sense approach to usability. Doug has helped to create a variety of award winning work both locally and regionally for clients like Apartment Guide, Rubik's Revolution, The Ron Clark Academy, Prime Time Toys, Georgia-Pacific, CNN, and Gardener's Confidence. Doug served as the first ever Interactive President for the Atlanta - AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) Chapter. Doug lives with his wife Sherry and their playful Huskies in Marietta, GA.


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