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A few spots open for Presentation Reboot (March 17, 18, 19)

Reboot_garr_nancy Presentation Reboot is just a few weeks away and I can't wait! Although I have barely recovered from jet lag and the amazing experience of attending TED in Long Beach, I'm truly looking forward to flying across the pond again in just a few weeks to join Nancy Duarte and my friends at Duarte Design for the Presentation Reboot one-day seminars. The three seminars are almost full, but there are still a few spots available on each of the days. Go here to learn more and sign up — I'd love to meet you there in California.

Teaming up with Duarte
Teamattedsign As you may know by now, Nancy Duarte is author of the best-selling book Slide:ology and is CEO of Duarte Design, the firm behind the creation of the best presentations you've ever seen including the presentation for Al Gore's Oscar-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth. Nancy brings a wealth of experience from years of working with the top firms in Silicon Valley and beyond. Duarte Design also played a large role at TED this year helping with many of the key presentations (and it showed!) and working on projects such as TED sponsors, TED Prize winners, and the TED Fellows program.

Register

For questions, volume discounts, or student discounts contact seminars@slideology.com. We look forward to seeing you there in March! (If you can not attend Presentation Reboot, then checkout one of the other seminars offered at the head office of Duarte Design.)


Comments

Masahiro

I'm so jealous that people in US can attend such a wonderful event.

Would you tell me if you have a seminor about presentation in Tokyo?

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