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10 Rules for Great Copywriting from David Ogilvy

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Kim Brebach

Great copywriting - why boring will not make them buy

Simplicity, Brevity, Clarity
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How to make your Corporate Presentation unforgettable

Friday, September 16, 2016 - Tracey James

Make Your Corporate Presentation Unforgettable | Technoledge

You might be competing with far larger companies, including global ones with deeper pockets, impressive stories and polished presenters. How will you excite prospects to engage with you – and not them?   Read more


Turnbull Missing in Action on Innovation

Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - Kim Brebach

Turnbull Missing in Action on Innovation | Technoledge

This week the agile one, the innovator, the clean energy champion we believed was Malcolm Turnbull delivered his first budget via Treasurer Scott Morrison. We didn't have to dig to find no evidence of these traits. No wonder the word disappointment is now the one most associated with the PM.   Read more


How to Write a Pitch for Non-Technical Decision Makers

Monday, June 01, 2015 - Kim Brebach

Technoledge | High Technology Marketing Hints

A pitch is a presentation to a potential client with the end goal of securing their business. Knowing exactly who you are pitching to and tailoring your pitch to speak directly to them is key to closing the deal.

Non-technical execs are often the ones who make the final buying decision and they only care about one thing: how your technology solves their problems. Here's how to write a pitch that explains high tech complexity in plain English - using splitting the atom as an example.    Read more


Great Tennis, Leyton. Shame about the Speech

Friday, February 07, 2014 - Tracey James

When he beat Roger Federer in the recent Brisbane International, Leyton Hewitt managed to make himself look like a complete idiot, even though he'd won. Here's how not to accept an award - and why tennis players, too, need to add public speaking to their training schedules.  (image above: Fairfax Media).   Read more


Presentation Skills – How to Turn Techies Into Sales Assets

Friday, March 01, 2013 - Tracey James

Sales people who talk too much can kill the sale, but techies who can't talk at all or who blurt out 'facts' at inconvenient times can too. Discover how I learned from bitter experience (I was the former) why selling is a skill that both sales and technical teams need - and why we developed Soft Skills for Techies.   Read more


Um-Busting in 3 Simple Steps

Friday, September 21, 2012 - Kim Brebach

Um-Busting - how to eliminate ums and ahs

Get some filler word therapy. 

Workers in so many professions need public speaking skills these days, whether it’s for radio interviews, presentations to clients, speaking at conferences or making videos. With video facilities on every camera and mobile phone, everyone wants to be an actor, but good actors aren’t born: they’re trained, coached and practised. That’s why we’ve added training in public speaking and presentation to our services; poor presentations, especially by senior technical people, can derail the sales process in an instant.  Read more





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