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How to introduce a product in a presentation [Example & Tips]

Have you ever delivered a presentation where you built anticipation for your product, only to fall flat when it came to the actual reveal? We get it. As a presentation design agency, we've seen this struggle countless times. The product reveal can be a make-or-break moment, leaving your audience either excited and engaged or underwhelmed and disoriented.


But don't worry! This article is here to equip you with the strategies and an example of how to introduce your product in a presentation in a way that exceeds expectations, not disappoints.


Why is the product reveal so tricky?

  • High expectations: After painting a compelling picture of the problem and solution, the audience craves a powerful payoff. Anything less can feel anticlimactic.

  • Balancing information and excitement: You need to communicate the product's features and benefits while maintaining a sense of intrigue and novelty.

So, how do you nail the product introduction?


1. Build anticipation strategically

  • Don't rush the reveal: Allow the problem and solution sections to build suspense and highlight the need for your product.

  • Plant the seeds of curiosity: Use teasers, hints, or visuals that subtly suggest the product's existence without giving away everything.

2. Craft a memorable introduction

  • Start with a bang: Use a powerful statement, surprising statistic, or captivating image to grab attention and shift the focus toward the product.

  • Frame the product as the answer: Connect the product to the problems and solutions discussed earlier, emphasizing how it addresses the identified needs.

3. Showcase the product effectively

  • Use visuals wisely: Employ high-quality images, animations, or even demos to showcase the product's features and functionalities engagingly.

  • Focus on benefits, not just features: Explain how the product solves specific problems and improves the user experience, not just what it does.

4. Make it impactful

  • Avoid information overload: Focus on the key features and benefits that resonate most with your audience.

  • Leave room for questions and interaction: Encourage engagement by inviting questions and fostering a dialogue around the product.

Example

Imagine you're presenting a fitness tracker. After discussing the growing concern about sedentary lifestyles and the challenges of maintaining motivation, you could

  • Reveal the product with a bold statement: "Introducing the Empower Band, your personalized fitness companion."

  • Highlight its benefits: "This innovative tracker not only tracks your steps and activity but also provides real-time coaching, personalized workout plans, and motivational challenges, making fitness fun and achievable."

  • Showcase its features: Briefly demonstrate the user interface, highlighting key features like heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and progress reports.

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