Read the material under the Mid-Project Review for general explanation and for how to schedule.
Your final review presentation should be 30 minutes in length, which leaves 30 minutes for discussion. Because the discussion is the most important part of the review, it is critical that you leave a full 30 minutes for discussion.
Treat your presentation like a business pitch where you are making the best (but honest) case for the business opportunity represented by your product. If you have concluded your product is not a viable business opportunity, make that clear.
The presentation should, at a minimum, cover these topics
Your presentation is a business pitch. Review your notes and the lecture notes from the Fall semester lecture on how to give a business pitch, review the material on the Business Plan Canvas, and review material on how to analysis a business opportunity.
Do not spend any time talking about the course or what you learned from the course as that is assumed. Instead focus on doing an impressive and professional pitch for your product.
Your assertions should be backed up by credible data that you have found or that you have gathered.
Place *all* your prototypes and your ideation concept renderings on the conference table or on a side table.
If appropriate, demo the product, or show a brief video of the product (cartoon animation or a polished prototype).
Use your *best* presenters. There is no need for everyone to present
Make copies of overheads for each member of the audience. (To save on printing costs, can print b&w, 2-side, 4-6 slides per page.) Paper copies of the mid-project or final report need only go to key stakeholders, but should be available at the presentation.
If you are super-organized, email your slide deck to attendees the day before the presentation.
Impress the company!