Presentation software startup Prezi has announced the launch of Prezi Business, a new visual presentation platform for teams. The launch of the new business-focused product is part of Prezi’s move to ramp up its presence in the workplace.
It’s easy to brush Prezi off as just a software product for creating and storing digital presentations. But the success of Prezi begs a deeper look into what it is about the company that gets investors knocking on the door and pitching what they would bring to the company aside from unneeded cheques.
Presentation software startup Prezi has today announced that it has raised an additional US$57 million in investment from Spectrum Equity and Accel Partners, taking total capital raised so far for the startup to $71.3 million. The latest round of funding is a major step forward for Prezi and will help accelerate the company’s global growth plans.
When people give you the privilege of their attention, you have the unique opportunity to own the room and direct the conversation. Whether it is pitching to potential investors, reporting at your AGM, securing future customers or just firing up your team, it is important to nail your presentation, so your audience leaves the room knowing that the time they’ve invested has yielded a solid return.
Silicon Valley-based tech companies Prezi and Tilt have teamed up to offer two university students the chance to hang out with tech luminaries in San Francisco next year, with all flight and accommodation costs paid for.
Cloud-based presentation and storytelling software startup, Prezi, has today revealed its growth figures for the Australian and New Zealand markets as well as its plans to focus more on its presence in the region. The company has also appointed two local Prezi experts Kris Flegg and Emma Bannister as ambassadors.