> It occurred to me that our target audience (business people who can make
> decisions) may be more likely to see a Powerpoint pitch than wade
> through 4-6 pages of text.
> Which would YOU be more inclined to look at?
> What are your thoughts?
> For me, I personally prefer to read a good paper for a topic that
> interests me. Nevertheless, it takes less than a minute to scan through
> a slide deck and get enough of the gist to decide to read more
> carefully. If people wrote excellent abstracts, I could do the same for
> a text document, but you can never trust that they will. (02)
--->>>You have an excellent point. However, I assume the summit participants
would actually like to communicate. What I would suggest is do both.
Having created the communique, PowerPoint slides could then be created. (03)
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