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Christine Tran
VP, Product Marketing at Quantum Metric July 28
In general, a good flow for an introductory briefing deck is:  Introductions, and why you're here: I always like to start the conversation with a little context on why you've requested a briefing wit
Nikhil Balaraman
Senior Director Product Marketing at Roofstock March 21
I think the mistake here is making it too long. I’d suggest an inverse triangle approach, and keep it short depending on the length and purpose of your briefing, probably no more than 5-10 slides. My
Paul Turner
Principal at SkyView-Consulting August 9
An option here also is to really start with a point of agreement around how the market is changing and as a point of discussion. If it intersects with their research then all the better. Then use that