It is likely that only a small proportion of the target audience will read the full evaluation report. It is therefore essential to produce a well-written executive summary of no more than five pages in length. This summary forms part of the report and can also be distributed as a stand-alone document. See also evaluation report.
The portion of a research report that summarizes all of the sections of the report.
A brief summary of the key points of a more detailed report or study.
a brief overview of a report designed to give readers a quick preview of its contents
a concise description of a project that easily and quickly conveys necessary information
a concise overview of the key aspects of the plan including the company's current status, major mission and objectives, products and services, marketing strategy, and financial projections
a condensed summary of the main points of the report
a condensed version of the Full Paper and should give the readers the essential content of your Full Paper
a fully developed 'mini' version of the report itself, intended for readers who lack time or motivation to study the complete text
an easy to understand profile of your businesses key figures
an unofficial version of an official report not intended to be released for the public
a one or two page synopsis of your presentation (whether a research report or a campaign proposal)
a quick guide to the money laundering legislation
a report, proposal, or portfolio, etc in miniature
a short (generally no longer than two pages), stand-alone, synopsis of a product
a short summary of the major points in the plan
a useful document in this initial stage, as it helps you formulate your ideas and your business model while providing a vehicle for discussion and advice
a very brief presentation, of information that allows busy readers to, almost instimtly get a clear idea of the main points in the alternative report
A shortened version of a Conference Board research report designed to bring key findings into focus for a broader audience.
This brief overview of the business is a synopsis of your entire business plan. State the business concept, basic financial points (such as sales projections and capital requirements) and current status of the company. Identify the owners, key personnel and what each brings to the table. For example, you may have previous industry experience, or maybe you've hired someone with a notable track record or connections. Finally, state what your company has achieved so far. Even a start-up can list things like patents, prototypes, contracts and test-marketing results. Close Window
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This is a case statement and proposal summary. The summary should include applicant contact information, amount of funding request, need/problem definition, objectives, methodology, total project cost and amount requested.
A section of a research report that summarizes the top-line results of the study.
A short synopsis that explains the most important points in a business plan.
A brief summation of a business document presented at its beginning.
A short summary of the main points of the offer aimed at the senior level decision makers in the customer's organisation.
A nontechnical summary statement designed to provide a quick overview of the full-length report on which it is based.
a report summarizing results from all three of your tests in CareerLeader®, CareerLeader-College(tm), and TalentRetainer(tm).
A synopsis of the key points of a business plan.
business plan in miniature. The first "chapter" of a full business plan, the executive summary often serves a stand-alone document. It addresses four main areas: (1) what is important about this new product or technology, (2) why someone needs it, (3) how it is going to make life easier or improve the quality of life, and (4) it's benefit to the investor. Most executive summaries include these sections: company overview, business opportunity, technology and products, team, business model, competition, intellectual property, financial highlights. Typical length of executive summaries: three to five pages, but shorter is better.
The concise precise of what your enterprise is all about and which appears at the very beginning of your business plan.
two-sentence description of the business idea, a list of team member employees and advisor(s), and an outline of compensation paid to each team member. Examples of the Executive Summary will be distributed and reviewed at the Mixer and Mosh Pit events. Remember: compensation includes Mosh Pit Dollars (MPDs) and/or equity in your company.
The portion of a research report that explains why the research was done, what was found and what those findings mean, and what action, if any, management should undertake.