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Types of communication

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Types of communication Electronic - Email- Email is useful for a business, because it's easy and quick. For example if you need to send copies of you documents you can email it which is a quick process. You can also send an email worldwide and you can communicate with business people from outside the country. - Texting- Texting is useful for a business, because you can contact an employer who is not at work you can send the employer a text and remind the employer about important business appointments. - Fax- Fax is helpful for a business, because you can send and receive business documents, for example if you need to send a business contract you can fax the contract. - Video conferencing- Video conferencing is useful for a business, because you can talk to them face to face and you can discuss with them about any business issue. ...read more.

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- TV- TV can be useful for a business, because they can advertise their business on television and if they advertise the business than more customers will know about their business. - intercom - Phone- Phone is helpful for a business, because you can remind customers about their appointments or you can call employees and remind them about their meetings. - Flow chart- Flow charts are useful for a business, because you can understand flow charts easy by showing their process. It can help a business because it can show them their business process and what they need to do. - black berry pin - Internet- Internet is really useful for a business, because you can advertise your business online. You also can create your own website where customer can shop online and they also can do completive research. ...read more.

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- Memos- Memos are useful, because it's quicker and straight forward. For example if you have to confirm a meeting with a group of staff you just have to send it. - Questionnaire- Questionnaires can help a business, because a questionnaire tells a business what their customer want and if they know what their customers want they can improve it and make it better. - Books - Books can help a business, because if they need to do more research about a product they can read books and find out more information about a product. - Magazines- Magazines are useful for a business, because they can advertise their product or service. - Meetings - Meetings are useful because the company can discuss about their business plans and what they need to improve to be a successful business. ...read more.

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