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Business Suffers When Employees Don’t Write Well

Your employees’ ability to write clearly and convey complex information logically is a huge competitive advantage.

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Real business writing improvement occurs by addressing the substance of documents first. We teach the most efficient process to organize thoughts and information into a coherent structure that meets reader needs. We then teach clients how to polish language for clear, correct, and engaging communications – all with flexible and creative training logistics.

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From the Business Writing Info Blog

14 Common Business English Email Questions Answered

  Some of the most common Business English questions have to do with how to craft a well written and grammatically correct email. Here are the answers to some of those questions, organized by common theme:   Looking forward to + gerund Here are some common questions: "Looking forward to...

What is Business English [A Simple Definition]

There’s a lot more to learning a second (or third or fourth!) language than just vocabulary and grammar because languages are used differently in different contexts. For example, everyone speaks to their boss differently than their grandparents. We all write differently for different contexts as...

A Beginner's Guide to Using Nominalizations in Business Writing

As businesses become more international, so must our writing. Most of the time, good business writing skills transfer very well to global audiences, but there is some confusing vocabulary that global business writers should try to avoid. Avoiding nominalizations Nominalizations are nouns that refer...