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15+ Business Presentation Templates & Themes for All Industries

15+ Business Presentation Templa...

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15+ Business Presentation Templates & Themes for All Industries

A gallery of the best business presentation templates and themes for all major industries. Pick a template you like best, download with a single click, and delight your customers.

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John McTale

Editor-in-chief

May 19, 2021

 

 

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Picking the right template for your business presentation is crucial, and you know it. That’s why you’re here. Maybe you’ve already spent some time trying to find a perfect business presentation theme or a tool that lets you create outstanding slideshows but you’re just not there… yet.


Let our team come to the rescue:

We’ve analyzed hundreds of enterprise presentation templates available online and curated a list of 15+ best layouts.
They all stand out from the crowd thanks to beautiful designs, great readability, and full customization so that you can make any presentation feel truly yours.

 

Storydoc business presentation templates

 

Starting with our very own templates for business presentations, engineered to bring tangible results, not just “look nice.”

Storydoc templates are scroll-based and fully interactive. This helps you really engage your customers, make them excited about your product or services and, ultimately, close more deals with no extra effort on your end.

Here's a business presentation template transformed in our tool:

Before

After

Slide decks are a relic of the past. With Storydoc, you’ll get interactive content you never thought you’d have. Wow your audience, make a lasting impression, and close more deals. Ready in a flash.

If, for any reason, you need a plain, static business presentation, here are the best templates available online in 2021. Pick one you like best (and one that suits your niche well), and go wild!

Interested in PowerPoint templates only? See our master gallery: The Best PowerPoint Templates in 2021

Want to create your presentation from scratch using a great online app? See which one to pick: The Best Online Presentation Software Reviewed

 

The best presentation templates for business use

decosta

Decosta

Designed by RsmBoutique, this keynote business presentation template comes with quite standard corporate color shades, professional fonts, and a huge variety of slides for different purposes. The main advantage: extreme ease of use. The drawback: slide layouts are hard to customize, so you need to carefully pick them.

Download here
Canva

Canva

A standardized business template for business plans, “About us” presentations, or project proposals. It has all the slide layouts you might need: problem statement, company overview, mission, vision, market analysis, you name it. All wrapped in eye-pleasing beige. Works with PPTX, Keynote, or Canva editors.

Download here
business plan

Business plan

One of the content-richest enterprise presentation templates in our gallery. “Business Plan,” designed by WhiteGraphic studio features over 600 fully customizable slides, a drag-and-drop image placeholders, custom charts, graphics, and even some animations. The only downside is it looks very corporate and perhaps slightly dated.

Download here
avera

Avera

If you need a business presentation with a minimalist, contemporary look, search no further. “Avera” by BervisualStudio offers 60 polished slide layouts, minimalist vector icons, and a solid choice of fonts. Ideal for creative portfolios, or general company overview presentations. Will work best for highly visual fields: photography, design, architecture.

Download here
visoa

Visoa

Another business presentation theme on the less-embellished side of the spectrum, “Visoa” was created by the same studio as the previous on the list Avera and shares many features with it. The main differences: first of all, this one will only work on Mac; secondly, it has more space for plain text so use it whenever you need to include more writing on your presentation.

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All the templates above?

Yeah, they’re pretty. But Storydoc gives you much more than nice-looking presentations. 

We deliver real results. 

Transform your static presentation with Storydoc and close more deals, improve engagement metrics, and increase your customer base. Like these teams did:

ekko

Ekko

“Ekko,” by the EkkoTemplate group is fun, colorful, and unorthodox in some of its design choices. A good pick for less formal business presentations so if you’re in a startup environment it will be a solid option. Also, it’s quite competitively priced so if you’d rather not break a bank this time, a good one to consider.

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minimal

Minimal

As the name suggests, the “Minimal” template is simple and uncluttered. A good business template for product pitches or business proposals. Provides you with a perfect combination of large, informative text fields, image placeholders, and additional graphics. 

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enter

Enter

“All business presentation templates are so boring and unimaginative.” Oh yeah? Enter… Enter. A very classy, 150+ slides rich pack that will satisfy even the most demanding presentation creators. Slides are super easy to edit and customize, the layout will always stay intact, and the purple-ish color palette reminds me of our own (so obviously I loved it). A very versatile business presentation theme suitable for most use cases. 

Download here
berlin

Berlin

Berlin, by BervisualStudio, is bold, daring, and hard-hitting. Will work great if you want to base your business presentation on snappy one-liners and a very clear messaging. Plus, you get plenty of image placeholders to punch up the visual side of your slides. Small caveat: will not look good with colorful pictures.

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butzzi

Butzzi

Butzzi challenges the typical light-colored backgrounds and instead opts for lighter fonts on dark backgrounds, coupled with high-contrast yellow graphics. The result? One of the most memorable business presentation designs in our gallery. Admittedly, with just 20 customizable slides it’s not the most versatile one. The good part is that it probably offers the best value for money.

Download here
blaccor

Blaccor

Energetic, highly creative, and colorful yet still elegant, classy, and well-structured—meet “Blaccor,” a brainchild of a collaboration between American and Australian designers. Available for PowerPoint, Keynote, as well as Google Slides, this template will make sure your message stays loud and clear.

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edtech

EdTech

Owing its name to the combination of “education” and “technology,” the “EdTech” template by D. Grynch will work best for the above mentioned industries. The slides are very simple and informative and the overall impression it creates: extremely professional.

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akashia

Akashia

Taking into account just the visual aspect: Akashia is my personal favorite from this gallery. The vibrant mix of background colors, the non-standard fonts, the dynamic layout—it all comes together perfectly. Admittedly, it will only work for very specific creative industries such as fashion, advertising, or graphic design. But if you work in one of those, my advice would be to take this one for a spin!

Download here
fluxica

Fluxica

Minimalist design, a great choice of colors, clean and easy-to-read charts and graphics, and flexible image placeholders. Add to that some custom design elements imitating hand-drawn lines, and you’ll get a fantastic business presentation template for startups and small businesses that want to communicate their message with a homely, personal touch. Yes, you get all that with “Flexica.”

Download here
hypetone

Hypetone

Last but not least: “Hypetone.” Designed primarily for the entertainment industry, this template focuses on images and slogans, presented in an aggressive-yet-clean manner. A great choice for music or video production, performance arts, or graphic design.

Download here

And that's a wrap!


I hope you found a perfect template for your needs. Just remember to pick a design that fits your specific use case, not just go for anything that you feel is prettiest. Keeping my fingers crossed for your business presentation!

John McTale

Hi, I'm John, Editor-in-chief at Storydoc. As a content marketer and digital writer specializing in B2B SaaS, my main goal is to provide you with up-to-date tips for effective business storytelling and equip you with all the right tools to enable your sales efforts.