Every agency knows this dumpster fire too well: The last-minute scramble to put together a presentation.
Not only are you on the 42nd iteration of how to explain how innovative your agency is without actually using the word ‘innovative,’ you’re stressed to the max about making this presentation look pretty. Hell, you’d even settle for it looking decent at this point.
Standard templates won’t do, and at the 11th hour, the hodgepodge of slides before you is looking like a twice-removed cousin of Frankenstein.
Over the years, we’ve developed our templates filled with layouts that show and tell information in a specific, digestible manner to left and right brain clients. It’s no longer what or how you say it; it’s how you show it that can make or break a presentation and secure or lose a major business deal.
In our most recent test, we tasked two non-designers, both having the same general knowledge of Keynote and Powerpoint, with creating a presentation given the same images, copy, number of slides, and software.
Our variable of this test was subject one was given a custom Agency Presentation Template to use and subject two was not.
“Americano is an incredible service filled with unmatched talent and potential. Charlie Poulson was instrumental across a series of new business pitches that I was managing while at a large holding company network agency in New York City. The design was flawless, always on time, and with a smile. I would recommend him and his team to anyone under tight deadlines in a heartbeat.”
—Peter Czmielewski, Ogilvy & Mather