Sample Business Presentation Meeting Agenda Format
[An agenda helps your audience to orient their thoughts at the opening. Sample Business Presentation Meeting Agenda Format. A good agenda slide serves as a guidepost for your presentation. It makes your message memorable.]
Points to consider while drafting Presentation Agendas –
- The primary sections of the presentation including the introduction, a question-and-answer session, and a conclusion.
- The key talking points for each issue which need to be discussed must be mentioned in each section.
- The day, date and the location of the presentation must also be provided.
- Copies of the presentation agenda can be handed out to the attendees.
Business (Purpose) Presentation Meeting Agenda.
[Location: Name of the Location],
Business case presentation meeting for the competitive dialogue procedure.
Task area — PBS 23.02 diverter remote handling system. (Subject area)
Objective — presentation of the business case technical specifications.
Location — (Area and City name)
Participants — names of all participants attending the presentation.
9:30 AM to 9:45 AM — welcome and introduction.
9:45 AM to 10:15 AM — overview of the competitive dialogue procedure.
10:15 AM to 10:30 AM — tee/coffee break.
10:30 AM to 12:30 PM — description of the business case technical specification.
12:30 PM to 1 PM — time for questions.
1 PM to 2 PM —lunch break.
2 PM to 2:45 PM — further time for questions if needed.
2:45 PM to 3 PM — wrap up and conclusion of the presentation.
Example of Presentation Agenda –
Presentation Skills Agenda:
7:30 AM — Breakfast.
8 AM — Welcome and introductions.
8:15 AM — why these skills matter?
8:30 AM — common characteristics of all defective speakers.
8:50 AM — what I wish I should’ve known about oral presentations.
9:10 AM — effective power pointing of dos and don’ts in presentations.
9:30 AM — break.
9:45 AM — top 10 errors in medical writing.
10:05 AM – workshop on presentations.
10:45 AM – oral presentations [5 attendees making presentations for eight minutes along with a feedback session of five minutes]
12 PM — lunch break.
12:20 PM — what we look for in presentations?
12:50 PM — oral presentations [8 attendees].
3 PM — break
3:15 PM — oral presentations continued by five attendees.
5 PM — questions and answers.
5:30 PM — wrap up and conclusion.