The 14th Annual CDPUG 5-Minute Showcase

Spike Radway   May 13, 2018   Comments Off on The 14th Annual CDPUG 5-Minute Showcase
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2018-05-31 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Keith Berr Productions, Inc.
Address: 1420 East 31st Street, Cleveland, OH, United States

Join us at our very special annual meeting “showcasing” the talents and stories of CDPUG members, and a few select non-members, presented in a Five-Minute Portfolio format. Presenters will share their best work, what they enjoy, and who they are, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds, for a total of five high-energy minutes.

There are still a few open slots. Be sure to sign up soon while there is still room!

Call For Entries Deadline: 5:00 pm on Saturday, May 26th. To sign up and to submit your entry, or for more information contact Spike Radway at programming@cdpug.org.

Details about the evening of the 14th Annual Showcase Event
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018
Reception: 6:00 p.m.
Meeting Starts: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Keith Berr Productions, Inc. 1420 East 31st Street, Cleveland, OH

Driving and Parking Directions
Speakers: CDPUG Members & Special Volunteers
Cost: Free for members and guests. Special Taco Bar Fiesta Menu!
Preparation Help: For presenters busy preparing for the 14th Annual CDPUG Showcase check out the links below:

Fantastic presentations from previous CDPUG Showcases, check out the CDPUG YouTube Channel. Presenter's from this year's Showcase will have their recorded presentations posted to our You Tube Channel shortly after the event.

"Using Storytelling to Sell," a presentation by Andy Goodman for an Artist as an Entrepreneur Institute event hosted by the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. This presentation knocks it out of the park! CPAC will be a CDPUG program later in the year.

A Video on how to make PDF Presentation using Photoshop and Bridge

Text explaining how to make a PDF Presentation using Photoshop

Video of author Scott Berkun on Why and How to Give an Ignite Talk

Please help with an RSVP

While an RSVP is not required for our members and guests to attend, it is strongly encouraged! We order our catered food, based on the number of RSVPs we receive. So, to make sure that we order enough food for all who attend, please RSVP at the following link: Click here to submit an RSVP. Thank you for your help!

 

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