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Final Project: Business Communications Formats



Business GroupReports, in an information age, are essential to business writing and written communications in general.

What makes business reports different from general academic reports is a real-world, practical, problem-centered orientation. The emphasis is placed on brevity, clarity, and functionality.

Depending upon the level of formality, reports, typically, include some or all of the following eleven parts:

    1. Title

    2. Abstract

    3. Letter of Authorization

    4. Letter of Transmittal

    5. Table of Contents

    6. Introduction

    7. Body

    8. Conclusion

    9. Recommendations

    10. References

    11. Appendices

Here are some great resources for information on business report writing:


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