Stand Out at J.P. Morgan With a Memorable Presentation

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The 2017 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference is approaching fast – January will be here in a blink of an eye.

Now’s the time to evaluate the state of your investor presentation. Think about ways you want (or desperately need) to improve your presentation to make the best-possible impression with your J.P. Morgan audience. Then make a plan to get it done.

This may include updating and polishing your PowerPoint template, redesigning those all-important first slides, refreshing your logo, or creating new graphics and illustrations to help tell your story.

You want to ensure that your presentation is clean and memorable, instilling confidence in your company and excitement about where you’re going.

Need Help? 

CanaleComm provides an array of visual communications, investor relations and content development services to take your presentation to the next level. We can help you with:

  • Editing and refining your presentation for maximum impact
  • Developing new opening slides to enable powerful storytelling
  • Visually updating your presentation template
  • Creating new graphics or illustrations
  • Presentation evaluation and training

Note: Because of a consistently high volume of projects before J.P. Morgan, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss the scope of the work needed. By November we hope to have all of our projects identified so we can ensure appropriate time and resources for everything that must be completed before the conference begins on Jan. 9.

Yes, This Is Important!

The J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference is arguably the most important place for emerging life science companies to be all year. Media, bankers, big pharma — all the players are there, forming opinions and making priorities based on their interactions with people like you. Make sure your company looks its best and your story is being represented as well as it possibly can be. Your business very well may depend on it.

(Getting exciting for J.P. Morgan? Read Bloomberg’s coverage from the 2016 conference.)