: communication used topromote a product, service, or organization; relayinformation within the business; or deal with legal andsimilar issues. It is also a means of relying between a supplychain, for example the consumer and manufacturer.At its most basic level, the purpose of communication in theworkplace is to provide employees with the information theyneed to do their jobs.
Business Communication encompasses a variety of topics,includingMarketing,Branding,Customer relations,
Consumer behaviour,Advertising,Public relations, Corporate
communication, andEvent management. It is closely relatedto the fields of professional communicationandtechnical
communication.Business is conducted through various channels of communication, including theInternet, Print (Publications),
Radio,Television,Ambient media, Outdoor, andWord of
mouth.Business Communication can also refer to internalcommunication. Acommunications directorwill typicallymanage internal communication and craft messages sent toemployees. It is vital that internal communications aremanaged properly because a poorly crafted or managedmessage could foster distrust or hostility from employees.
Business Communication is a common topic included in thecurricula of Masters of Business Administration (MBA)programs of many universitiesThere are several
methods of business communication,including: