During your introduction, you should tell your what the structure of your presentation will be. You might say something like this:

"I'll start by describing the current position in Spain. Then I'll move on to some of the achievements we've made in France. After that I'll consider the opportunities we see for further expansion in other European countries. Lastly, I'll quickly my presentation before concluding with some recommendations."

A member of the audience can now your presentation like this:

Introduction • Welcome
• Explanation of structure
Body • Spain
• France
• Rest of Europe
Conclusion • Summing up
• Recommendations

He will keep this image in his head during the presentation. He may even . And throughout your presentation, you will remind him which point you have and where you are going now. When you finish Spain and want to start France, you might :

"That's all I have to say about Spain. Let's turn now to France."

When you have finished Europe and want to sum up, you might say:

"Well, we've looked at the three areas, Spain, France and the other European countries. I'd like to sum up now."

And when you finish summing up and want to your recommendations, you might say:

"What does all this mean for us? Well, firstly I recommend..."