Accessibility – Refers to the ease with which a public is able to receive, understand and respond to communications and services from businesses, large companies, agencies, local and central governments. Accessibility is a relatively modern concept that has become increasingly important since the late 1900s, particularly with regard to public services, particularly for disadvantaged, disabled or minority groups. However, the concept and fundamental principles of accessibility are very relevant and important to all communicators at the personal and organizational level. The main accessibility factors are: language and grammatical style, translation (if necessary), font/print size, font style, design, technical ease (in terms of electronic media), types/versions of media (Web, print, audio, video, as needed), timing and availability of information, detail and complexity, Esoterica, gobblede. See the writing tips. Business To Business – B2B. transactions or business activities between companies. Borrowings – The financial importance of a loan is usually a debt/investment instrument issued by a company or country for a period of more than one year with fixed interest rates and a fixed and full repayment date. Typically, a fixed-hour bond pays a fixed interest rate and the liability is repaid at some point, i.e. the investor is guaranteed to repay the amount borrowed/invested in full. Losing, the word Bond can refer to a mortgage in some parts of the world, for example in South Africa. A loan may also relate to an agreement or legal arrangement requiring a person or party to make payments to another person; or an insurance policy or (particularly in the United States) on a sum of money paid in the form of a bond.

The specific and more general meanings of attachment flow logically from the older and original sense of attachment, that is, of union, or of attachment itself. Mutual Company – A type of organization, business, etc., which is owned by members and has no shareholders. Members generally have a share of profits. Positioning – a term used to describe how a company, product, service, etc. is marketed to set it apart from the competition by choosing a niche by brand, price, packaging, etc. Market forces – influences such as the availability of raw materials for the production of goods or customer numbers that affect the supply, demand and prices of goods and services. Operating costs – A company`s daily operating costs, such as. B as wages, rents, utilities, etc.

Six Sigma – A business strategy originally developed by Motorola and seeking perfection in production and quality.