How to Write a Professional Inter-Company Memo
A professional memo that is sent throughout a company or to specific employees should have a date, a subject, recipients and a body of information. Make sure that memos are specific and business-related with help from an experienced businessman in this free video on planning a business.
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Hi my name is John Niemira and I wanted to talk to you today about writing a very professional inter-company memo. Memo is a communication device given throughout the company, could be printed out or sent through your e-mail to all your company employees or selected company employees. How to write one. There's about four specifics that need to be in an inter-company memo. You first of all want to have the date. When was it written, what time was it written? Subject, who's it going to? Who is included in this memo? Who is supposed to get the memo, who's not supposed to get it? Subject and title of the memo. What are we putting in the memo? What is just in one or two words, what is the subject of the memo? What is the topic for discussion, just the subject? And the third is the, the fourth excuse me, is the body of the memo. The body of the memo wants to give the actual e-mail or the memo the address, the letter, the note, the information that's pertaining to this memo, give it in detail, make sure that it's formatted correctly, make sure it's specific and that it's business related. If you need anymore information on this subject or any other subject in the business field, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.