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22. April 2012 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sunday, 22 April 2012 – 3pm GMT | 12am midnight Tokyo | 8am Los Angeles
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Pecha Kucha is a speedy presentation technique with 20 slides auto-advancing every 20 sec. During a Pecha Kucha event, up to 8 Pecha Kucha presentations take place.
Here is the link to a recorded Pecha Kucha which explains where it comes from and how to create one.
- Try to get the pronunciation right. It sound more like pe-‚chuck-‚cha. Here is a short youtube video on how to pronounce it. http://youtu.be/gdghID66kLs
- Take a deep breath, relax and don’t run a slide marathon!
- Little text / lots of images. An image speaks a thousand words and nobody, not even you as a presenter, has time to read bullet points in 20sec.
- Don’t forget an introductory slide to your presentation with a meaningful title, because remember, there are many Pecha Kucha presentations during a Pecha Kucha event and you need to get your audience to tune into your topic within the first 20sec.
- Don’t forget a closing slide with your contact details. So, your Pecha Kucha really is only 18 slides long.
- Exercise, exercise, exercise.
- Speak freely. There is no time to read from your notecards. Look at your own slides and speak with excitement.
- A Pecha Kucha is infotainment at its best and it should be fun, creative and original. Everything is allowed – just no overtime.
- A Pecha Kucha ideally should not be a product presentation however, you might be inspired by the format to present your products and services at a later stage in such a concise manner. Pecha Kuchas are contageous.
- Pitch-Poise-Pace, the basics of any presentation technique should also be applied here. You will not sound like a machine gun when you change tempo, intonation and pace.