Corporate Narration Demo - Microsoft, Mercedes, Pepsi, Harvard

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Description

Tech corporate narration, educational, professional male voice, business male, masculine company voiceover.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American (Canadian-General) North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
and Ready tablet from Microsoft Next Generation of POS. For shops, E tablet includes three elements. Specific software for business management of the restaurant industry and retail hardware adapted to the needs of each business and integrated pin pad for card payments at Pepsico, the company's greatest strength lies in the talent and ability of its associates. Since working in partnership is vital to the company's continued success, mutual respect must be the basis for all work relationships. Engaging in behavior that ridicules, belittles, intimidates, threatens or demeans or affects productivity can negatively impact the company's reputation. Mercedes sales principles, value quality over affordability. In all of our offerings, odds are that your product is not the lowest priced offering in the industry. That fact can actually benefit you in your sales efforts. After all, everyone knows the saying you get what you pay for. If you can show your prospects that your products value is greater than the price you're asking, you won't need to worry about cheaper competitors. Most sales that failed do so because of fear. Any purchase requires a change in the prospects. Life and change is scary. This Harvard medical study, Andros Ophelia, shows that the progeny of male flies briefly fed a diet with abnormally high or low sugar levels are more susceptible to obesity. The data suggests that epigenetic susceptibility factors are at play not only in flies but in humans and mice as well. While the data is relatively conclusive, it gives rise to questions of moral hazard that will be explored later in the section of the program.