Closing Statements

Instead of thanking the group ‘for their time’ at the end of a presentation, try using a closing statement that links to your opening and leaves your audience feeling compelled and uplifted.  If you would like to say something that builds rapport and thanks them at the same time you could say something like: ‘It’s been my pleasure to spend some time with you today’. Then close for action with strength. For example: ‘I know that together we can ensure the maximum return on your investment.’