‘Pechakucha’ is becoming more popular as a presentation format. The first time I heard the word, I thought it meant something like ‘Bless You!’ in Esperanto.

Pechakucha follows a strict process, allowing you to bring your messages across in 20 images during 6 minutes and 40 seconds on the dot.

You can attend Pechakucha sessions all over the globe.

In your next presentation, what will be the very first sentence you will say to your audience? And the last one?

What happened in between the first and the last sentence, for listeners to tell you you’ve reached your goal with your presentation?