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World’s Best Presentation Contest


Slideshare - Best Presentation Contest 2008Would you like to win a Macbook Air?
An iPod Touch?
An Amazon Kindle?
A copy of Presentation Zen?

The World’s Best Presentation Contest is returning to SlideShare for 2008.

Get creative, enter the contest, and you can win one of those prizes.

Leave a comment linking to your entry. If a number of Six Minutes subscribers enter, I’ll feature those entries in a future article.

Categories

Entries are welcome in six diverse categories:

  • Business
  • Picture Slideshows
  • Technology
  • Educational
  • Creative / Offbeat
  • About Me

Can you Beat This?

As I write this article, The Consumer Agenda (category: Business) is leading the way with 19 votes.

Last Year’s Winners

View the 2007 contest winners to see what it takes to win.

First PlaceShift Happens

Second PlaceMeet Henry

Third PlaceSustainable Food Lab

Good luck!

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Comments icon3 Comments

  1. Chung-Ae says:

    The presentation this year is “the BIG idea.” Watch it at http://www.slideshare.net/ethos3/the-big-idea

  2. John says:

    Here is my first entry to the contest:

    http://www.slideshare.net/jgoalby/about-me-503641

    I plan to do a few more as time permits.

    John.

  3. Simon says:

    Oh, to have found this last year in time to point out the HUUUUGE mistake in the middle of last year’s winning presentation! 🙂

    I come from England, which is part of the United Kingdom. We have different flags – and citing England as the “best at” half a dozen things in 1900 and then showing the Union Flag is a bit like talking about Texas but showing the Stars and Stripes as its flag…..

    Simon

    PS: yes, I know it’s petty, but any Brit in the audience at that presentation would have ignored anything else said, on the grounds that if they can’t get something so simple right, what chance is there that anything else is right….. maybe not all that rational but that’s the way nationalities make us feel!

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