> >

Presentation news.

Presentation tips and tricks, adventures and anecdotes, stories and studies. The latest in presenting!

Receive presentation insights and inspiration in your mailbox?

Our secret recipe for successful presentation slides.

Five tips to keep your online audience engaged!

No more blurry presentations while screen sharing.

The impact an interactive presentation makes.

Mr.Prezident X Shaman.

Change forces us to be innovative

Presenting online with Prezi Video

Engaging an online audience: Zoom x Kahoot

Why NOW is the time to work on presentations

4 tips to spread your presentation, not corona

Best Business Prezi 2019

A day in the life of Pieter

How to end your presentation

PowerPoint to Prezi

An interactive presentation

A day in the life of Else

Body language

How to give a Pecha Kucha presentation?

The best PPT solutions for your corporate presentation.

A GIF in your presentation: how do you do it?

13x busting public speaking myths

A day in the life of Fleur

Impressive Talks

SXSW presentation tips & how to stand out in the crowd

VR in public speaking

Diamonds for Mr.Prezident

How to save your Prezi as PDF?

Final presentation of the year

Prezi Awards 2018

Improved inking and 3D support

A day in the life of Emily

Power Hour #2: Innovators

From client meeting to presentation

A day in the life of Erin

Prezi versus PowerPoint

Interview with Joni / Great Communicators

A day in the life of Jiske

Ludus: presentations with limitless creativity

About our current attention span: are we turning into goldfish?

The Avocado Show on Power Hour

Day in the life of Paul

Using Infogram to create cool graphs

This is the Mr.Prezident Power Hour!

Presenting to large audiences, part II

Presenting to Large Audiences, part I

Shaping Future Stories

Why working with students matters

Mr.Prezident likes to work towards a future filled with great stories. Those future stories will partly be created by the students of today. For this reason, last Thursday Mr.Prezident co-founder Pieter found himself standing in front of a big group of students at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. The goal was to inspire them to found their own company.

Pieter works with the University of Applied Sciences and the University of Amsterdam to prepare students for life as an entrepreneur. Specifically, those students who want to start a business while studying.

Leading by example

In his classes, Pieter takes his company Mr.Prezident as leading example. The company was founded six years ago when Pieter and his business partner Paul were students themselves. Pieter: “I like to tell students how we started out. What challenges we faced. Of course while giving examples of what went well and why, but I also discuss things that didn’t go so well. Businesses often share their success stories, but I believe the things that were difficult are just as interesting to study.

The main reason for Pieter to work with students a few times a year is to educate young and ambitious people on setting up a successful business while studying. “I find it important to not romanticise the fact that what they’re trying to do is not a stroll in the park. It takes a very self-motivated person to both set up a business - something that takes up enormous amounts of time- and at the same time live a student life and occupy the school benches.”

Learning from the next gen

On the other hand, it’s a great pleasure for Pieter to listen to the experiences of the youngsters he encounters in class. “In last weeks group, one of the students had put a biological toothbrush successfully on the market. It was inspiring to listen to this guy’s story, which was followed by an interesting conversation about scaling and branding his business (Fresqo’s speciality),” says Pieter.

While there used to be no infrastructure for students to set up their own company, we see that universities are increasingly becoming more flexible towards this group of people. Pieter: “When we were in these student’s shoes, our teachers didn’t really know how to support us. It’s great to see that ambitious students are being taken more seriously these days, being granted more ‘free’ time to work on their own projects. We can definitely see progress there.”

Want to know more about the Mr.Prezident story and how we can help you to tell your own? Have a look here or contact us!

Day in the life of Dolf

5 Reasons Why We Use Motion Graphics

Boardroom Presenting

A brand new Mr.Prezident

The new display

Prezi Awards 2017

2018 Presentation Trends

PowerPoint takes on another dimension

Captivating the masses

Changing the Game with Augmented Reality

5 Tips to Step up your Storytelling Game

Pitch Perfect

A New Page in Presenting

Well done Mr.Prezident of Hyundai

Mr. Prime Minister, meet Mr.Prezident

Harvard chimes in on Prezi

Which Prezi license should I choose?

Transparent PDF in Prezi Next

Augmented Presenting

Prezi is making moves

The Office Punching Bag

The Next Best Thing of Prezi

The True Potential of an Infographic

The Perfect Pitch

Boosting our Battle against Dull Communication

SXSW Interactive Festival - 2017 report (2/2)

SXSW Interactive Festival - 2017 report (1/2)

Tony’s Chocolonely: Prezi With A Purpose

How to turn your Presentation in a Conversation

Revolutionary Retail Presentation Tech

Hyundai i30: Presented in style

PowerPoint Guru: An Interview with Hud Duque

Introducing our new intern Tiê

The emoji: Language simplified

Attending the Big Show: NRF 2017 in New York

CES 2017: New Tech Review

Five Presentation Trends for 2017

'Tis The Season To Be Prezi

The Art of Business

Five great changes in Prezi Business

Prezi Business Expert Review

Best Prezi 2015!

Prezi Tips: 3 Shift key secrets


Mobile presenting

First TV commercial

Icing on your cake

Proud winners!

Don't be arrogant, be prepared

The missing link

Get the details right

Create Prezis even faster

Content is king

Multiple fade ins

The effect of visuals

From Prezi to PDF

Receive presentation insights and inspiration
in your mailbox? Subscribe below!

Please rotate your device