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Prezi Zooms into French as a New Way to Deliver Memorable Presentations

Prezi, the zooming presentation software company, continues its rapid global growth by localizing in French today. Unlike traditional presentation tools, Prezi helps people see the big picture beyond slides and bullet points, resulting in a more memorable presentation experience for audiences. Prezi’s complete multi-platform solution provides seamless anytime, anywhere access via a suite of apps for the cloud, desktop, iPad, and iPhone.

“French speaking market has always been important for us” remarked Prezi CEO, Peter Arvai. “We’re excited to launch with a fully localized version to ensure everyone can be more effective and engage their audiences with memorable presentations that have a lasting impact.”

Organizations that rely on persuasive, engaging presentations, like Textiles Well and Keeward, use Prezi as a PowerPoint alternative to stand out from their competitors, noting that Prezi helps them communicate ideas in a more compelling and memorable way.

Franck Queyraud, Head of Marketing at Textiles Well S.A in Le Vigan says, "Using Prezi to present our new collection to clients every six months has allowed us to dissociate ourselves from our competitors, optimize our sales meetings, and ensure that our important messages are understood and remembered by the audience."

To see what other French Prezi customers have to say, check out the following link:
http://prezi.com/8n7bmmboti-g/prezi-in-france/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

Like a virtual whiteboard, Prezi is also an ideal tool for brainstorming and collaboration.

"At Keeward we've developed an ecosystem where we bring people who are creative and want to do things differently together,” said Marilyn Zakhour, Head of Keeward’s Venture Development in Paris. “We've found Prezi to be the perfect canvas for our independent artists and venture partners to communicate visually and creatively in a way that more accurately presents how dynamic their ideas truly are.”

Founded in Budapest, Hungary in 2009, Prezi originally launched in English and attracted presentation-savvy investors such as TED Conferences. The immediate viral adoption in the U.S led the company to open a second office in San Francisco. In addition to French and English, Prezi is also available in German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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About Prezi
Prezi, the zooming presentation software, uses an open canvas instead of traditional slides to help people create engaging and memorable presentations. Founded in 2009, and with offices in San Francisco and Budapest, Prezi provides seamless anytime, anywhere access via a suite of apps for the cloud, desktop, iPad, and iPhone. More than 35 million people from over 190 countries use Prezi to deliver memorable presentations, improve the effectiveness of a sales pitch or simply share an idea -- anytime, anywhere.

Prezi’s investors include ACCEL Partners, Sunstone Capital, and TED Conferences.

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