So we kept working towards our deadline. Which turned out to be the right decision: 3 days before the presentation date we received confirmation of a remote pitch - including 9 participants on the client side. So if normally "only" the editing and design perfectionists put the finishing touches on the presentation slides, we had to optimize the complete presentation again with regard to desktop share readability, read presentation/lecture presentation hybrid, presenter transfer points and bandwidth saving potential. And at the same time we had to think about the remote procedure: How does such a presentation run as professional and accessible as possible? For this purpose, we printed out additional CVs of the presenters and sent them to the audience in advance by post. We printed banners with our own Merkle wordmarks, which served as a background (and, depending on the colleague and living situation, either hid the gin bar, the children's toys or the kitchen panels). We ordered Jabra home and also tested our videoconference tool with some of the customer's audience in advance. Often it fails because of little things like "the conference is full and won't accept any more participants" or "we can't get in because our firewall blocks your tool".