Writing A Business Report: Like A Republican

June 11, 2012 on 10:57 pm | In Education | Comments Off

A business report is a document providing factual information about certain projects of an institution in a precise and accurate way. Business report writing, however, does not take a single format across different situations. It includes varieties of topics and objectives. It also has different purposes in different institutions. Examples of business reports are annual reports, monthly sales reports, feasibility studies, and progress reports. Because business reports are formal documents, they have to follow certain patterns to ensure that they address the needs of the company requiring it. Before writing the report, it is important to note the following essentials in outlining your report: the Terms of Reference, the Procedure, the Findings, and the Recommendations.

In the first part of the report, it is important to determine the report’s purpose first. If it is a monthly sales report, the purpose is to give statistics of the company’s sales for a month. The following discussions will then center on these values and items of the company. It should also be indicated in this part who requested for the report and for what purpose.

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