The Prezi expert’s guide to visual storytelling (Part 2)
May 29, 2019 at 9 a.m. PST/ 12 p.m. EST/ 4 p.m. GMT

Not so fun fact: 95% of business professionals admit to dividing their attention during meetings, with 21% of them attributing work mistakes to multitasking. Apply that math to a 10-person team, and you could end up with 2 of them making critical business errors simply because they weren’t engaged during a key meeting or presentation.  

Join us Wednesday, May 29th, for part 2 in our live webinar series with Prezi Certified Expert Russell Anderson-Williams. He’ll talk about:  

  • How to apply visual storytelling techniques to everything from sales presentations to marketing videos
  • Specific considerations you should make to tell the right stories to the right people, as well as use the most effective visuals for your narrative
  • The dos and don’ts of visual storytelling, from planning to practice

He’ll also provide actionable tips to help you create content that’s attention-grabbing and worth your audience’s time.

Bonus: all live attendees will receive a code for a FREE one-month trial of Infogram, so you can make beautiful, dynamic charts, graphs, and infographics in minutes. 

The webinar starts at 9:00 a.m. PST/ 12:00 p.m. EST/ 4:00 p.m. GMT. Register now!

Featured Speaker

Russell Anderson-Williams

Russell is an official independent Prezi Certified Expert, author, trainer, and presentation designer from the UK. He works internationally with organizations and presenters looking to improve audience engagement and tell more memorable stories. His company The Prezenter ( has won awards for presentation design, and they have also trained more than 3000 presenters from over 20 different countries.

He is also the founder of two presentation design agencies, The Prezenter, Ltd., which works with large corporations, and Onside Presentations, whose primary focus is to help sports professionals present and communicate better. To find out more about Russell’s speaker services, visit He focuses on nurturing creativity in business, how to present information and ditch bullet points, and also how to use a simple formula to build and deliver winning presentations.