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Shrikumar Suryanarayan delivers his PechaKucha presentation at the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference, held this year in Chennai, India. Suryanarayan is co-founder and chairman of Sea6 Energy.
A Powered by PechaKucha™ event requires all presenters to stick to a format in which each presenter has 20 slides that advance automatically every 20 seconds. It’s a challenging style for presenters, but engaging for audiences of all knowledge levels. For a link of other PechaKucha videos from this year’s GOAL and past GOAL events, click here.
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