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    Bilingual Deck

You can now let your presentation deck speak for you – in both English and Japanese – by transforming your PowerPoint deck into a video.

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Benefits of Bilingual Decks



No longer do you need to repeatedly deliver the same presentation to different clients.

Following a long flight and experiencing jet lag, you may prefer to rest. During a presentation, you can sit back, relax, and observe your Japanese audience.

Moreover, by delivering the deck to your clients, you can reduce travel requirements or avoid inconvenient time differences for Zoom meetings between your country and Japan.

Additional Benefits:
Many individuals – whether extroverted or introverted – dislike giving presentations. The need to memorize content and repeatedly practice delivery can lead to nerves and stage fright. However, you can circumvent this stress by letting AI handle the task for you.

How It Works

Simply provide your PowerPoint deck and script (your intended dialogue for each slide) in English. These materials will then be translated into Japanese by a human translator.

AI-generated voices will be integrated into the deck. Alternatively, you have the option to include your own voice in English slides for added authenticity.


Upon completion, you will receive the deck in three formats (video, PowerPoint, and PDF) accessible via a password-protected webpage created for you. This webpage allows you to view the video and download files. Additionally, you may request up to three modifications free of charge.

About AI-Generated Voices

Compared to text-to-speech options found in Word or Kindle, AI-generated voices offer a more natural sound. Sample recordings are available for comparison below:

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Why It Works  

Culturally Appropriate:
Video presentations are a one-way form of communication, which aligns well with Japanese customs. During meetings, the Japanese typically refrain from asking questions to avoid appearing uninformed or causing discomfort. Any discussions or inquiries are usually reserved for follow-up emails.

More Strategic:
Interaction with Japanese people is more likely to happen outside official settings.

When you meet Japanese, you can focus on socializing. While Westerners tend to trust people who focus on the business at hand, Japanese take socializing seriously.

Though initially reserved, Japanese individuals may become more forthcoming after some social lubrication, such as a few drinks. This relaxed environment often leads to more candid conversations, revealing genuine thoughts and concerns. 

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