North Texas Biomedical Association


 

  

 

Presentation Guidelines

To better serve our members, visitors and speakers we ask presenters to adhere to the following guidelines for our meetings.


Provide a presentation outline 60 days prior to meeting

We want to publicize your presentation before the meeting. Members and visitors will appreciate knowing what you are presenting and will be more likely to attend and be prepared to participate.


Provide handouts

Handouts allow your audience to have something in writing to take back to their facilities either for marketing, follow up or to refresh their memories. Members and guests will save and use well-written handouts. An officer can suggest the appropriate quantity. In addition, electronic materials can be provided to an NTBA officer for website publication.


Educate instead of Sell

We want to learn about the technology that your products feature and how your company has contributed to the advancements in healthcare.


Prepare your presentation for a larger-than-normal audience

This sounds obvious, but it can be easy to forget. Move quickly through basic technical information the majority of your audience will be experienced technicians and engineers although we do have a healthy student population. Be prepared for lots of technical questions. Don't worry if you don't know all the answers, but be honest with us and tell us you don't know.


Marketing your company to us

We realize you are taking your time to make a presentation to us and we want to allow you the opportunity to make a marketing presentation. But keep it to a minimum. After a long day at work, NTBA members and visitors don't want to travel across Texas to see a presentation that is almost entirely a sales pitch. Demo equipment is always welcomed when you come and make a presentation. Make contacts at our meetings with members and visitors that want to contact you during business hours to receive quotes and official demonstrations.






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