Prezi, the presentation platform that helps people connect more powerfully with their audiences announced it now has more than 60 million users worldwide and viewed over a one billion times, making it the world’s largest public database of presentations of over 190 million public prezis.
To help its customers become even more effective presenters, Prezi also unveiled a new collaboration with Logitech, a leader in designing products that connect people to the digital experiences they care about.
Peter Arvai, CEO and co-founder of Prezi said: “Our worldwide community is creating and sharing their prezis in record numbers. Visual storytelling is key to the success of our customers, helping them stand out in an increasingly noisy world where bullet points have too often replaced meaning. By teaming up with Logitech, our community of millions of people using Prezi worldwide will be able to create and deliver even more impactful presentations.”
Since launching in 2009, Prezi now has more than 250 employees worldwide in 27 countries. One of Prezi’s fastest growing customer segments is business users looking for a more visual and conversational ways to present to clients, train customers, and inspire audiences.
Based on the world’s largest database of over 190 million public prezis, the company analysed the most successful prezis to understand broader trends in presentation design and visual communications. The results confirm that presentations with more visual elements are more popular than text-heavy presentations, with the top prezis using more images, videos and animations than text, by a 6:1 ratio compared to all prezis.