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This Haiku Deck presentation template for an event recap was created using the Cinematic theme, image filters on.

More about Haiku Deck themes: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/

Event Recap Template

Published at Nov 18, 2015
Simple, beautiful, flexible presentation template to capture highlights from a conference or event. Ideas: embed in blog or website, post to social media channels, email to event attendees.

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

event recap template

created with Haiku Deck
This Haiku Deck presentation template for an event recap was created using the Cinematic theme, image filters on.

More about Haiku Deck themes: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/
Photo by LeWeb13

event name

Date            #eventhashtag
Haiku Deck's minimal format encourages concise, bold headlines.

You can import your own photo or logo (http://blog.haikudeck.com/import-images-like-a-pro/) or use the integrated Creative Commons image search for a more visually engaging, metaphorical approach (More about that here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/free-photos-for-all-how-haiku-deck-puts-creative-commons-images-at-your-fingertips/).

venue

Location
This is another great place to use the Creative Commons image search -- you can find amazing photographs of most cities and buildings.
Photo by taylor.a

"Today's buyers are now trained Amazon shoppers and want instant response."

Sam DeBord
Think of this as your one-sentence summary; your elevator pitch.

You can always add more detail (including links) here, in the Notes:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/

Detail photo

Inject a little personality with a close-up of your event badge, poster, or other unique detail.
Photo by pennybinary

"Longer tweet or soundbite." Speaker name, @Twitter

You can use photos of the speaker from the event or illustrate what they had to say more metaphorically.

Helpful tips for finding powerful images here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-inspiration-3-power-tips-for-selecting-images/
Photo by liquidnight

"Short soundbite"

Speaker name, @Twitter
Pro tip: Quoting people in your recap deck and letting them know you quoted them is a great way to drive deck views and shares!
Photo by thejaymo

Key trends

  • Trend 2
  • Trend 1
  • Trend 3
Here you can highlight the most talked-about trends, buzzwords, or themes.

More about creating Haiku Deck lists here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-ideas-lists-the-haiku-deck-way/
Photo by kjetikor

Untitled Slide

Here's an example of a Haiku Deck stat chart, a quick way to create a simple infographic.

You can highlight whatever stats and figures are most relevant to your event.

More about Haiku Deck charts and graphs here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/charts-and-graphs-made-easy-with-haiku-deck/

Candid photo of attendees

You can include as many candids as you want, of course.

More tips for importing images here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/import-images-like-a-pro/
Photo by Cydcor

Photo of attendees

learn more

www.website.com
You can end with your contact information, website, etc. -- and include more detail in the Notes if needed.

More about Haiku Deck Notes:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/

Have a great example of a Haiku Deck event recap? Be sure to share it with us at gallery@haikudeck.com!
Photo by jayRaz