presentationnoun

  • ja発表、プレゼンテーション
  • ena meeting or event at which something, especially a new product, idea, or piece of work, is shown to a group of people

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And then I looked at that, and it looked just like a Cheeto.
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I thought, "What if I put chili on a Cheeto?"
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Montañez called Roger Enrico, Frito-Lay's CEO at the time, to personally pitch his idea over the phone.
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With the help of his wife, Montañez put together a formal presentation,
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selling Frito-Lay executives on the promise of an untapped market.
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We went up to New York, and we did a great presentation, 'Shark Tank'-style.
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So when they called him to come down to look at everything,
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I was confident, I knew the numbers, I knew the presentation, I knew the website.
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So when he looked at me, and he said, "How fast can we get this done?"
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And I said, "Give me a week and I will have a full-blown fulfillment center merchandise ready to go."
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And I did it.
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What did you think of the presentation?
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I thought it was great, sweetie.
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Why wouldn't you hit faces?
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Well, because I have to work on Monday.
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I have a big presentation.
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So, what we did is we went to the conference.
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We did some presentations.
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Vitalik presented at the conference.
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And I did a debate with Dan Larrimer and David Johnston.
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David represented Master Coin, Dan represented BitShares, and I represented Ethereum.
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And we got almost like a Mick Jagger-esque rock star reception to our presentation.
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Vitalik, for example, right after he presented, was mobbed by people.
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And it took nearly an hour to pull him out of that circle of people who had questions.
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So we realized that we had something very, very special.
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Didi might not feel like a superhero.
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But he certainly has become one for his fans and followers.
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He adds fans and money by giving public presentations about Bitcoin.
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Here's why: we make money; they make money.
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They make burgers; we eat burgers.
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That's a win-win-win-win.
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Presentation over. Jamm out.
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Leslie's put together a presentation for a financial recovery.
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Great.
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You may find it very informative.
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Let's get started with our first slide.
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This the first time you've opened PowerPoint?
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Why?
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You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?