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In Case You Missed It - Webinar Recording

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 6, 2018

In case you missed our latest one-hour webinar, Make Winning Proposal Graphics… in PowerPoint!, the link below will allow you to listen to the recorded session.

Not everyone has the time, money or skills to create compelling graphics. This one-hour session helps solve that problem - no design skills required. Learn the revolutionary secrets Mike Parkinson (1 of 34 Microsoft PowerPoint MVPs in the world) uses to make winning proposal graphics quickly, in PowerPoint. Discover a new amazing tool that only the pros know. Get tips and tricks to make sure your graphics are compliant, are as small as possible, and look more professional. Mike also reveals how to make graphic content 100% searchable in Microsoft Word! Don’t miss this high-energy webinar that will absolutely improve your win rate and save money and time with better graphics.

Certified members: Don't forget to record 1 CEU toward retaining your certification, after listening! As a reminder, CEUs are self-recorded and can be tracked in your APMP profile under "Manage Profile > Professional Development". Foundation Level Accreditation requires 20 CEUs; Practitioner and Professional Level Accreditation require 40 CEUs over a 2-year period.

Click here to listen to the webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/4510851299813443340

 

Tags:  Graphics  professional development  proposal management 

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