It’s not a Bettakultcha presentation at all, but just a great short guide to how presentations should be done and how effective they can be when you free yourself from the shackles of PowerPoint and become its master rather than its servant.
End of rant, just watch.
Powerful (PowerPoint) Presentations: Simply Stated from Wienot Films on Vimeo.
We have a vast range of presenters and subjects at Bettakultcha. So here’s a more sedate but fascinating talk by Bob Claydon on Pin Hole Cameras.
Bob Clayden from Dave Naylor on Vimeo.
Larner Caleb brought a blender to Bettakultcha at the Corn Exchange. “What are you going to do with that?” we asked. “Blend summat” he said. “Ok” we replied
Larner Caleb from Dave Naylor on Vimeo.
Jess Haigh, is a well known Bettakultchaist (is that how you spell it?) normally shy and retiring, Jess uncharacteristically was full of energy telling us all why Iceland, the country not the frozen food specialist, is amazing.
Jess Haigh from Dave Naylor on Vimeo.
Ben Wolfenden kicked off Bettakultcha VIII at the Corn Exchange with a thought-provoking, interactive and challenging 5 minutes. Quick tip before you watch it get a drinking straw and you’ll be able to join in.
Ben Wolfenden from Dave Naylor on Vimeo.