Live demo: Using Infogram charts in Prezi Next
March 21, 2018 at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 4pm GMT

Data is a key part of any organization, used to measure everything from engagement and social followers to revenue and ROI. So why, when presenting important data to stakeholders, do so many people dump a bunch of numbers onto a slide and leave it to the audience to interpret?

Start making your data an integral part of your presentations, and you’ll stop losing your listeners. With the right tools and techniques, you can change the same set of “boring” data into something dynamic, engaging, and meaningful.

On Wednesday March 21st, join David Hooker, Prezi’s Head of Creative Services, and Marisa Krystian, Content Marketing Manager at Infogram, for a webinar on transforming your data. You’ll learn more about how to take advantage of Infogram’s robust data visualization tools to complement Prezi’s zoomable interface.

You’ll also get:

  • A live demo on creating a Quarterly Business Review within Prezi Next, complete with various supporting charts
  • An overview of Infogram’s extensive set of features, including 35+ different chart types and 550+ different maps, as well as templates for infographics, reports, dashboards, social media assets, and more
  • A live walkthrough on creating specialized charts within Infogram to help you tell a more effective data story

Start building beautiful charts and infographics and never present boring data again. The webinar starts at 9AM PST/ 12PM EST/ 4PM GMT, so register now!

Featured Speakers

Marisa Krystian & David Hooker

Marisa Krystian is Infogram’s Content Marketing Manager. She previously worked as a broadcast journalist for IBTimes in New York covering two of the things she’s most passionate about: science and technology. She is now back in her home state of California writing about the wild world of data visualization and data storytelling.

David Hooker is Prezi’s Head of Creative Services and Lead Evangelist. David's unique role in sharing how Prezi is helping shape the future of presenting includes working with global leaders TED, the Clinton Foundation, Lufthansa, IBM, SXSW, Virgin Business, The Independent, and many, many more. While living in South Korea, he worked for the Ministry of Economy as well as Samsung. His career has included developing and presenting presentations to huge audiences of academics, politicians, civil servants, and business leaders. These days, he’s also raising a small, semi-robotic dog with his wife in the lovely city of San Francisco.