How do I start a presentation for an international conference?

Assuming you have already been accepted to present at the conference, there are a few key things to keep in mind when preparing your presentation.


 First, it is important to consider who your audience will be. Will they be experts in your field? Will they come from different cultural backgrounds? Taking into account who will be listening to your presentation will help you determine how to structure your material and what level of detail to go into. 

Second, remember that not everyone will be familiar with the acronyms and jargon used in your field. It is important to define any terms that might not be understood by the general public.

 However, try not to over-explain concepts that would already be familiar to those working in your field. Balance is key here - you don’t want to lose the interest of either type of listener. 

Finally, think about how you can make your presentation visually appealing. Incorporating graphs, charts, and other types of visuals can help add interest and clarity for listeners. 

Just be sure that any visuals you use complement rather than replace your verbal explanations. With these considerations in mind, you should be well on your way to giving a great presentation at an international conference!


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