Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse
Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse
David Dodwell
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Outside In by David Dodwell

In praise of PowerPoint – it’s had a bad rap in recent years, but if done well, there’s still nothing to beat it

Some tips and hints on how to make that presentation unbeatable, and avoid the dreaded ‘Death by a thousand Bullet Points’

Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse
Today, it is estimated that there are almost 350 PowerPoint presentations launched every second somewhere in the world – that’s about 30 million a day. The software is installed on about 1.2 billion computers worldwide. Photo: May Tse
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David Dodwell

David Dodwell

David Dodwell is the executive director of the Hong Kong-APEC Trade Policy Study Group, a trade policy think tank.