Do you use PowerPoint when you pitch to potential clients? If so, you’re making a big mistake if you don’t get your slides professionally designed.
The whole point of a pitch is to convince potential clients that you’ve got high standards and you’ll do a good job if they award you their business.
Sorry, but nothing screams low standards quite like sloppy marketing documents.
After all, if you don’t place a proper value on your own work, why would clients trust you to place a proper value on their work?
Another advantage of getting professionally designed PowerPoint slides is that if you have them, and your rivals don’t, you’ll score points at their expense.
That’s why professional PowerPoint design is such an important investment.
There are two different approaches you can take. The dearer option is to create a new design every time you create a new PowerPoint pitch. The more economical option is to design a few templates and then make sure each new pitch fits within the template.