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    Outline electronic and non-electronic methods for communicating business information using examples for different types of audiences

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    Finally audios should be played so people who are blind can understand what is going on. Readability It is important to know who your audience are, this is looking at younger or older people. Younger people may prefer to have simple language than something that is difficult to understand, but older people may understand the language of technical terms, phrases and jargons. Interest Most people lose interest so it important to get key points across quickly and explain the topic that is related to the audience.

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    business online

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    Amazon operate a hug market, that leads to customers spending billions each year on books, music, DVDs, software, PC & video games and electronics. As they provide an excellent service more and more clients are shopping with Amazon. The reason why Amazon is superior to its revels is because Amazon offers its customers with the latest technology and world-class fulfillment capabilities. Ownership - another why Amazon is so successful at what they do is that they claim to think like the owners, they claim that their employees have a stake at their success in this business.

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    Unit 4 Business Studies

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    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebusiness As part of the assessment criteria for this unit I intend to do: (A) Compare the two websites that I have chosen to do compare and evaluate. I will also talk about how the use of the internet meets the aims and objectives which the business has set themselves. (B) I will also produce an evaluation for one of the two businesses and a key improvement which I think the business should be taken on. (C) I will also talk about the factors which influence the business to make use of a website. (D)

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    'E-commerce'

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    The Internet opens up the customer base widely, allowing many customers the opportunity to view their product. First, businesses can communicate with customers easily. The business can receive and send e-mails from/to customers. This allows customers to quickly get in contact with the business. This can also be done to suppliers is well. This means that the business will forge closer relationships with customers and suppliers. In addition, e-commerce allows customers to look at the businesses products from their home. This means that customers will be able to look or buy the product at any time rather than only when they go shopping.

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  • "In order to find out how things really are, one must understand the filters through which one perceives the world." Discuss and evaluate this claim.

    "In conclusion, each individual in this universe perceives things differently because everyone has different capabilities in their senses on how they can interpret things using their senses. In order to understand and find out how things really are in this world, we have to be able to differentiate with our minds what is right from what is wrong, meaning what is real and what is deceiving. We must recognize what information we are gathering and how we interpret them within our minds, whether we want to reduce the amount of information that is given to us or whether we want to overcrowd our brain with unnecessary information. Our senses can clearly deceive and trick us (optical illusions or hallucinations), but when a person is experienced and know how to differentiate reality and fantasy, then they are considered to be open minded and will know how things really are in our universe and how we perceive things. "If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thru' chinks of his cavern." William Blake (1757 - 1827)"

  • Some managers believe the most effective means of increasing productivity in a business is to increase the wage of the employees. Discuss this view.

    "In conclusion, increasing the wages of employees can be effective in increasing productivity but may not be the most efficient method as it can have its problems and drawbacks therefore other methods should be considered by a business wanting to increase productivity. In my opinion I think that both financial and non-financial techniques should be used side by side to increase the productivity levels of a business and if a business is seriously looking into increasing their productivity by large amounts it should look into escalating productivity through its capital. Claire Newby, Business Studies."

  • This report will compare two standard business documents from three business organisations.

    "Final conclusion. 12 Good points 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10 Improvements 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 Introduction. 2 Layout 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10 Low Fell Removals -Business card. 3 Low Fell Removals letterhead 10 Target audience 2, 3, 6, 9, 10 The purpose 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 The target audience. 5 Use of language 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10"

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