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Kenny Nguyen

Kenny Nguyen is the CEO/Founder of Big Fish Presentations, a company whose mantra is “turning presentations into experiences.” Kenny and his team work daily with clients nationwide, from Fortune 100 level to startups, providing high quality presentation design, training, and creative video. Kenny has been featured on popular news outlets such as TEDx, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Yahoo, Business Insider, Mashable, Huffington Post, and the Washington Post. 

Stories by Kenny Nguyen:

Author

Kenny Nguyen

Kenny Nguyen is the CEO/Founder of Big Fish Presentations, a company whose mantra is “turning presentations into experiences.” Kenny and his team work daily with clients nationwide, from Fortune 100 level to startups, providing high quality presentation design, training, and creative video. Kenny has been featured on popular news outlets such as TEDx, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Yahoo, Business Insider, Mashable, Huffington Post, and the Washington Post. 

Stories by Kenny Nguyen:

5 Ways to Calm Your Nerves Before a Public Speaking Engagement

Hate public speaking, but it’s part of the job? Here’s how to deal.

5 Perfect Presentation Closers

The most important part of a speech is its ending. Make sure yours leaves a lasting impression.

5 Reasons to Document Your Startup Systems Now

By having systems in place, you can more efficiently train startup employees not only in what has succeeded in the past, but also in which failures to avoid.