The eye-catching graphics of the Modern Circle Concept Design for PowerPoint can emphasize four elements in any business presentation. Impress professional audiences with the cool colors, featuring blue, green, yellow, and red. The presentation is ideal for plans and roadmaps that have four fundamental milestones.
The PowerPoint template features four icons that represent brainstorming, planning, networking, and funding. These basic steps are useful when creating a solid presentation with an investors or management professionals audience. The presenter can begin by discussing the brainstorming process, and the ideas that were developed from it. The discussion can proceed to the initial planning, then to networking, to determine prospective suppliers and clients. The last aspect, funding, can refer to the budgeting process, done by estimating the expenses of the project.
The presentation design lets the presenter to discuss four important concepts simultaneously. This can be used to introduce the general idea, specifying the purpose of the four parts. Four slides in the template feature one concept at a time. The individual presentation emphasizes each step, giving the presenter time to discuss the details of each concept properly.
The modern slide design consists of a series of circles and tear-shaped graphics to symbolize each concept. Four large circles are featured on the slide. These are colored in red, blue, green, and yellow, following the pastel color scheme. Each circle contains a circular PowerPoint icon, such as a lightbulb and a list. Colored text boxes are provided on the slides. These match to the circles that represent each concept.
The presenter can use the Modern Circle Concept Design for PowerPoint in brainstorming and planning sessions to give the plan a proper outline to follow. The design is created in high definition graphics. Modification will not have any effect on the image resolution. The presenter can opt to download other modern PowerPoint templates from the SlideModel Gallery.
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