MIAMI Association of REALTORS




Presentation Rehab & Workshop: Reinvigorating Your Client Presentations (4/29)

by | Apr 22, 2014


Tuesday April 29, 2014, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

When it comes to winning clients, you only get one shot to wow your audience. And these days, in order to win a coveted listing or impress sophisticated buyers, your presentations need to stand out from the competition.

Attend this power-chat session with Catherine Carr of Haiku Deck—the free innovative presentation app that's being embraced by tech-savvy real estate pros—to learn:

  • Best practices for creating attention-grabbing client presentations
  • The #1 mistake nearly all presenters make and how to avoid it
  • How to use Haiku Deck to entice buyers, sellers, and even new talent

Plus! Catherine will be workshopping before and after client listing presentations to show the power of her tips and tricks. Are you ready for a listing presentation makeover? Submit your presentation to and we'll select two for a live workshop!

Register now!

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