Seller FAQ

What is an Executive Summary?

An Executive Summary, simply put, is a document that summarizes a longer report or proposal in a more concise manner. This way, readers can easily become familiar with the overall content of the text without reading it in its entirety. A proper Executive Summary, it must include:

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  • ·         Introduction
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  • ·         Restate the purpose of the report
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  • ·         Highlight the major points of the report
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  • ·         Describe the results, conclusions or recommendations
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It should include enough detail and information that the reader can understand what the full report states. These reports are often one to two pages long and are written in a formal tone. They are incredibly beneficial because a reader can understand the purpose of the business plan, project proposal, product launch presentation or sales pitch in a fraction of the time.

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 A reader should feel empowered after reading the Executive Report because they understand what is next in your business. Whether you are seeking support for a position or making a case for your business, the executive summary should explain how the report contents will impact the reader.

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 Executive Summaries are commonly used in numerous cases, including:

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  • ·         Business plans
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  • ·         Legal briefs
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  • ·         Product launch plans
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  • ·         College campus surveys
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  • ·         Market research reports
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  • ·         Environmental studies
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  • ·         Project proposals
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  • ·         Hospital planning and evaluation
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