reportWriting introductions to business reports can cause many problems to you as a writer. As a writer, you should always bear in mind what the function of an introduction is.

The introduction to a report serves to put the reader in the picture. It should make quite clear why the report is being written, what it is about and, in a longer report, how the topic will be covered.

Since readers generally tend to focus on the introduction and conclusion of a report, it is very important for you to learn to introduce and conclude your central message effectively. In this issue of the 'Online Magazine', we present three methods and conventions used in business report writing which will help you to write introductions to reports (1 to 5 pages long). We shall focus on structured, short- to medium-length reports.

FOR THE FULL LESSON AND EXERCISES: click here

 
Menu