How many times have you fallen asleep during someone’s presentation? Probably not that many actually, but I bet you’ve wanted to more times than you’d care to admit. Your internal monologue screaming “just get to the point.”
In response to regular doses of “Death by PowerPoint”, Two Tokyo architects developed a presentation style that encourages speakers to be concise and input as much energy into a short a space of time as possible; to get to the point.
Known as PechaKucha, this format has taken the world by storm, and we invite you to come and experience it for yourself at Clerkenwell Design Week next month.