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Internal Communication is often an overlooked aspect of most organizations, delivered using the cliched e-mailers or spoken about at annual business updates or events, seldom realizing the immense potential of an effective Internal Communication campaign. Additionally, Workplace demographics are undergoing a tectonic shift. Older generations are retiring, Generation X is moving up the corporate hierarchy and millennials are entering the mainstream workforce who crave instant gratification all the time. Most organizations today are struggling to tailor communications strategies effectively across the generations. Companies equip themselves with dedicated teams and structured calendars for events and activities to be performed as part of their Internal communication campaigns. However still utilize wordy, text-heavy mailers, straight-faced updates on the intranet or formal award ceremonies with an objective of achieving Employee satisfaction. This one-dimensional approach often does not yield expected results and leads to dissatisfied or half-engaged employees. As per the “digital in 2017” and…

It’s been a couple of months since 2018 started and we have already seen organizations and companies searching for the latest presentation design trends to keep their target audience engaged. With tech specs being made available to end-users at a blisteringly fast rate, by all estimations, 2018 will prove to be the best year yet for presentation designs. Problem is, older designs have time and again, failed to engage the audience. Prezi tried to resolve this issue by launching their cloud-based presentation solution however, the market has still not come to terms with its complete package. Audiences across the world need to get their fill of excitement and want to feel entertained. Being engaged is no longer the expectation, it’s an understanding. This is why we are sharing our predictions for the newest trends in Presentation designs: #1  Storytelling at the core We have forever been talking about the importance…