A business memo is a document that contains summarized information about a business. It is used to pass information within an organization. Memos are not as formal as business proposals because they are within the same organization, but they are expected to be concise, professional, simple, and specific. The...
Business writing is useful in various contexts, but its primary purpose is to receive a business response. In other words, it is writing that deals with business, whether it's reaching out to customers or employees, and getting a response back relevant to whatever business the writing deals with. A...
Memos are a fundamental form of communication in any office. Memos can be written as a quick note in hard copy or can be sent as a soft copy in a group email. A memo usually contains any essential information that you need to send to other employees, departments,...
A memo is a useful communication tool for notifying colleagues or employees of policy changes or giving an update on significant business decisions. It's essential that your memo is well-drafted, driving your message across without creating confusion. Why the need for memos in the workplace? The word Memo is short forĀ memorandumĀ and is...
A project statement can be for multiple purposes, but itā€™s a central element in grant applications, proposals, and scopes of work in project management. In a detailed and well-structured write-up, project managers or applicants address their clients, stakeholders, or peer reviewers with an individualized, unique project statement. Everything that fits...
Whether you're a business executive or an employee who is frequently assigned to writeĀ business letters, knowing how to construct your business letter in a professional format will help others take your businessĀ seriously. Every so often -- especially if you are preparing for a larger meeting or report -- you...
Writing a business letter has evolved over the years from the use of a terse business toneĀ to a more friendly and relatable one. This is because the idea of what a business letter can do is changing in itself. Business letters areĀ useful when communicating face-to-face, or making a phone...
When you're writing a business letter, especially to colleagues or other people in your field, you may tend to write in a very dry, jargon-filled manner. Though you may not be able to avoid the jargon trap in this case, there is another trap that you can jump over...
Are you a freelancer who wants clients out there to know about what you have toĀ offer? Despite your hard work to promote yourself, you still may be struggling to capture potential customers'Ā attention. Attracting the companies you need with your writing is not rocket science, but there are definitely tricks...
YouĀ finally have the guts to leave your job, be it for a better opportunity, a new business venture, personal time, or simply because you can't take it anymore. So what's next? The dreaded letter of resignation, of course. Writing a letter of resignation is tricky and can cause a lot...