Presentations without visuals are like sleeping pills. Who would want to read lines and lines of boring text? I would say no one.
It amazing how certain situations can lead us to great discoveries. Just the way the Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama discovered a sea route to India on May 20th, 1498.
When I joined Chillibreeze in the year 2015, the first thing that I heard was Office 365 and at that moment I thought it’s a new version of Microsoft Office application.
Did you ever attend a corporate meeting in your night suit?
Or go for a wedding in your denims and T-Shirt?
I did that once (Awkward).
I accompanied my boss in one of his weekly rounds visiting village level sub-centres and I was dressed for that, oblivious to his intention of attending a wedding after.
Pyramid structures have stood always testimony to stability, longevity, and the sheer genius of a bygone era. Its solid square base and the tapering triangular sides have fascinated architects, business consultants, academicians, and researchers alike. The versatile nature of a 3D pyramid shape aids in a variety of visualization applications across domains. More so, in PowerPoint presentations where a captivating visual is worth a thousand words.