PechaKucha: The Japanese-inspired Presentation Format

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Standing in front of an audience can be difficult for even the brainiest and most eloquent person. It’s likely you’ve witnessed a presentation that has lost track of itself and ended in a deluge of hysterical rambling.
But have you ever been to a PechaKucha night? The presentation meets party-game event keeps presenters on track, on their toes and on time. It’s all about presenting 20 slides with for 20 seconds each.

PechaKucha: The Japanese-inspired Presentation Format

  1. 1. An Infographic by PechaKucha is a Japanese-inspired presentation technique that makes presenting fun. Below you’ll find key facts and some great tips to get you presenting like a pro. Don’t digress, get to the point with PechaKucha! WHY IS IT GREAT? LESS BLAH-BLAH! It gets presenters to the (power)point OPEN TO ALL! Anyone can present their work, stories or thoughts IT’S SIMPLE! The 20x20 rule is easy to understand IT’S FUN! PechaKucha nights are informal and energetic PechaKucha was started in Tokyo in 2003 by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham PechaKucha means “chit-chat” in Japanese 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each The images advance automatically to keep you moving PechaKucha is practiced in over 800 cities worldwide KEY FACTS Visuals Rule! The strict timeframe places emphasis on great visuals Practice! Present concisely and precisely Captivate! Present something you love Simplicity is Key! Pick something you can explain in less than seven minutes TIPS Visit us at 24slides.com Visit us at 24slides.com Give it a go and find your local PechaKucha group here www.pechakucha.org/attend An Infographic by @24slides@24slides24slides.com/blog SOURCES: www.pechakucha.org www.wired.com/2007/08/st-pechakucha www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PechaKucha CHIT-CHAT 2003 20x20 AUTO - FORWARD 800

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