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Business Concepts PowerPoint Icons with Naming (PPT outline symbols)
The PowerPoint slide titled "Business Model" presents a series of icons that represent different aspects of business structure and strategy. These include organizational charts, workflow diagrams, operational frameworks, company order, architectural designs, and conceptual symbols. Each icon visually encapsulates a fundamental business concept. For instance, the organizational chart icon implies company hierarchy, workflow diagrams suggest operational processes, and conceptual symbols can represent abstract business ideas or values.
- The slide background is a gradient of light to darker blue at the bottom.
- There are ten icons evenly distributed across the slide in a grid layout.
- Each icon is a simple, outline-style drawing in white on a blue background for the top row and blue on a white background for the row below.
- The left and right edges of the slide feature decorative elements with a darker blue shade.
- Two larger, colored circles - one dark teal and one bright green - are placed symmetrically towards the right edge, with two of the icons scaled and repeated inside them.
- The phrase "Fully editable" appears underneath the bright green circle.
- Text descriptors such as "Organization, Structure, Workflow, Framework, Order, Company, Architecture, Concept Icons" and "Suitable for dark background" are present in a lighter colored font against the blue background.
The slide has a modern and clean visual composition with a balanced use of space and color contrast. The icons are minimalist, designed for easy interpretation, complemented by the use of only two colors for text and decoration.
- To introduce the components of a business model during a strategic meeting or workshop.
- To visually outline the structure of a company or its processes in an investor pitch presentation.
- To emphasize different business concepts during educational or training sessions.
- As a template slide for consultants when discussing organizational change or operational efficiency with clients.