Voice for Corporate Presentations
Feb 24 2014
Adding a professional voice to your corporate presentations is a pretty slick move. And as luck would have it, I do quite a few of these sort of projects.
They vary as you might imagine – one project might be a new product launch, another could be for agency unveiling a new branding campaign, and another might be a series of B2B pieces to let customers know about a software update. Adding a parody narration “in the style of” Morgan Freeman, David Letterman or John Madden, will really stand-out.
I like the performance of a good corporate presentation. You’re not just conveying information, you’re demonstrating a level of confidence in your product or service – and encouraging the audience to share that same confidence. In this way, corporate presentations are not unlike dating.
But, the thing I love most about these projects is that they’re important on a personal level. There’s a lot riding on a pitch meeting – you’re making your living with your knowledge and creativity – and I get to be a small part of that. That’s a hell of a lot of trust to give some guy who talks for a living, and that’s not lost on me.
Thanks for that.