“1) Start Analog – map out your presentation on paper first so you can see the entire map
2) Think About the Journey – You need to lead your audience in ways that help them come to your point of view
3) Tell Your Story – Great presentations are like great movies
4) Less is More – Lose the bullet points and focus on using your slides as partner instead of a crutch
5) The Presenter’s Mindset – You are not there to impress or even teach, you’re there to mentor”—5 Practices for Creating Presentations That Matter :: Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing
"I always argue that those who are not wasting their time on YouTube (because a company has blocked it) have probably figured out something else to do to waste their time (hint: they’re not happy and energized to be doing their jobs … it’s not YouTube)."
Really really good PR / Pitching advice for startups / growth companies.
You also do not need a PR necessarily - you can pitch yourself. PR is sometimes just borrowing relationships which may be helpful. It is also good if your time is limited and if you can get good writing and advice.