To keep the crowd engaged during your demo, it's important to have a clear and organized presentation. Use eye-catching visuals, ask questions, and encourage participation to keep the audience interested.
If there are distractions or disruptions from the audience, try to address them calmly and professionally. You can acknowledge the distraction and politely ask for their cooperation or redirect their attention back to the demo.
If the crowd becomes too noisy or talkative, try to regain control by using a louder tone of voice or a hand signal to get their attention. You can also pause briefly and wait for the audience to quiet down before continuing with your demo.
If you encounter difficult or negative comments from the audience, it's important to stay calm and professional. Acknowledge their comment and address it respectfully, or simply move on to the next part of your demo.
To command the room during your demo, make sure to maintain good posture and make eye contact with the audience. Speak clearly and confidently, and use hand gestures to emphasize important points. Also, be sure to move around the room to engage all members of the audience.