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Finance, Money and Product outline style symbols
Status Review Meeting Template (PPT graphics)
Icons: Finance, Money, Product
The slide presents a collection of icons related to finance and product themes, including representations for Coin, Cash, Currency, Banknotes, Budget, Revenue, Profit, and symbols for various currencies like USD and EUR. The icons also depict elements of business such as Box, Package, Company, Institution, and Business. Each icon visually conveys the concept it represents, such as stacked coins for savings or profits and a building with pillars for institutions or companies.
- Two rows of icons, with each row containing four different icons.
- A color palette consisting of teal and shades of gray for the icons.
- The icons include representations of stacked coins, a banknote with an upward trend arrow, money bags labeled with dollar and euro currency symbols, and boxes in two states (open and closed).
- An icon depicting a classical building with pillars, likely representing an institution or company.
- On the right side of the slide, a stack of coins is shown with color progression, possibly indicating increasing value, size, or importance.
- The text "Fully editable icons" is placed at the top right corner in a dark blue banner, suggesting that the icons can be customized.
- The main title of the slide is aligned to the left at the top, in a larger font size compared to the descriptive text below it.
The slide has a clean, professional design with a focus on simple visual metaphors for financial and institutional concepts. The uniform style and muted color scheme of the icons provide a cohesive look suitable for corporate presentations.
- This PowerPoint slide can be used in business presentations to visually represent financial concepts like revenue, profit, or investments.
- These icons could enhance slides within a financial report to depict different sections such as budgeting, cash flow analysis, or capital investments.
- The icons can be incorporated into marketing materials to indicate product packaging or company structure.
- Educational settings might use these graphics to illustrate concepts in economics or business studies during lectures or tutorials.