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4 Ways to Use Interactive Whiteboards in Business Meetings

Interactive whiteboards have revolutionised the way businesses give presentations. Their versatility, dynamism and powerful visuals have a long-lasting impact that is proven to impress delegates and win contracts. Although interactive whiteboards are a relatively new technology, they are easy to use and because the software is formed from the basis of programs most people are already familiar with, using interactive whiteboards to the best of their capabilities does not take long to get to grips with.

One of the greatest benefits of interactive whiteboards is that they are interactive and productive tools which engage the audience makes the job quicker and easier. They allow you to involve multiple users who can contribute with views and ideas in real-time and the content can be easily shared by email at the end of the meeting. Below are four ways of getting the most from your meetings by using an interactive whiteboard.

Visual presentations

Whiteboards are extremely versatile and great for visual communication. You can use your finger as a mouse, draw shapes, underlines, stars or anything else with a stylus to highlight and flag up specific points or incorporate elements from other software applications on your computer such as graphs and photographs. Interactive whiteboards allow you to load your presentation with information by using memorable visuals to get the message across rather than words that are generally forgotten.

Colour coded

The human brain rarely takes more than three things away from a meeting at any one time, but using colours to differentiate specific points help the audience remember ideas by association. Interactive whiteboards are colourful tools which allow you to compartmentalise separate issues using colour either by using different coloured ink pens or adopting the highlighter feature from the pallet.

Record meetings

There is nothing better than refreshing the minds of delegates than a video recording of the meeting. Minutes can miss the point or confuse the issue and rifling through sheets of paper to find a specific point is often time consuming. Interactive whiteboard technology allow you to video the meeting and flag up key points so that delegates can re-run the discussion and refresh their memory.

Clear messages

How many times have you been in a meeting which has been littered with numerous graphs, statistics and diagrams with arrows flying off in all directions? How many times have you been confused by the disarrangement of the information and not known how to translate it into words for your notes? Interactive whiteboards allow you to draft cleaner messages and because they can be saved and sent by email, there is no need for delegates to try and translate the information. They can go straight to the original source given in the presentation.

Presentation tools are essential in business and as technology expands business partners are looking for companies that show initiative in the present and have a plane for long-term growth in the future. Interactive whiteboards have all the attributes you need to impact the thinking of potential clients and business partners and deliver a message that demonstrates you are a forward thinking company capable of achieving great heights of success.


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