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Why do I need to write a business report? Formal business reports often feature in university assessment tasks in disciplines such as accounting, management and marketing as writing such reports is an essential skill in business.
These tasks may require giving information only (i.e. A business report, which is also known as a formal report, is a data compilation, a short account, or a plan, or even summarized minutes of a certain meeting.
Such a business report is basically a way communicating logically summarized and formatted information to associates, superiors, or subordinates. Examples of tables of contents. Here are some excerpts from report tables of contents. The organisation and division of the information in your report and so the headings and sub-headings you use will be dictated by factors such as the content of the report, the type of problem being addressed, the purpose of the report and the audience.
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