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  1. Business – the activity of buying and selling goods and services
  2. Company – a business organization that sells goods or services in order to make a profit
  3. Corporation – a large, legally-recognized business entity
  4. Partnership – a business relationship in which two or more people share ownership and control
  5. Employee – a person who works for a company or organization
  6. Boss – a person who is in charge of a group of workers
  7. Manager – a person who is responsible for the activities and performance of a group of employees
  8. Supervisor – a person who oversees the work of other employees
  9. Team – a group of people who work together to achieve a common goal
  10. Department – a section or division of a company or organization.
  1. Colleague – a person who works in the same company or organization as you
  2. Workplace – the place where someone works, such as an office or factory
  3. Meeting – a gathering of people for the purpose of discussing a particular topic or making a decision
  4. Presentation – a speech or talk that is given to an audience, often with visual aids
  5. Conference – a large meeting of people, typically in a formal setting, to discuss a particular topic or issue
  6. Deadline – the time by which something must be completed
  7. Task – a piece of work that needs to be done
  8. Project – a large or complex piece of work that is undertaken over a period of time
  9. Business plan – a document that outlines the goals and strategies of a business
  10. Budget – a plan for the allocation of financial resources.
  1. Contract – a legally-binding agreement between two or more parties
  2. Negotiation – a discussion between two or more parties aimed at reaching an agreement
  3. Partnership – a business relationship in which two or more people share ownership and control
  4. Investment – the act of putting money into a business or project with the expectation of making a profit
  5. Sales – the act of selling goods or services
  6. Marketing – the process of promoting and selling products or services
  7. Advertising – the practice of creating and publishing messages in order to promote a product or service
  8. Brand – the image and reputation of a company or product
  9. Customer – a person who buys goods or services from a business
  10. Client – a person or organization that uses the services of a professional or business.
  1. Supply chain – the network of organizations, people, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer
  2. Production – the process of creating goods or providing services
  3. Quality control – the process of ensuring that a product or service meets certain standards
  4. Innovation – the process of creating new ideas, products or methods
  5. Research and development – the work done by a company to create new products or improve existing ones
  6. Human resources – the department of a company that deals with the hiring, management and training of employees
  7. Employee benefits – additional compensation or perks provided to employees in addition to their salary
  8. Salary – the amount of money that an employee is paid for their work
  9. Bonus – an additional payment made to an employee as a reward for good performance
  10. Stock – a share in the ownership of a company.
  1. Stock options – the right to buy or sell a certain number of shares of a company’s stock at a specified price within a certain time period
  2. Dividend – a portion of a company’s profits that is distributed to shareholders
  3. Merger – the combination of two or more companies into a single entity
  4. Acquisition – the process of buying one company by another
  5. IPO – initial public offering, the first sale of stock by a company to the public
  6. Venture capital – money invested in a new or growing business by individuals or organizations
  7. Startup – a new company that is in the process of developing its business model
  8. Incubator – a program or facility that helps new businesses get off the ground
  9. Accelerator – a program that helps startups grow quickly by providing access to mentorship, resources and funding
  10. Entrepreneur – a person who starts and runs a business.
  1. Board of directors – a group of people elected by a company’s shareholders to represent their interests and manage the company’s affairs
  2. Chief executive officer (CEO) – the highest-ranking executive in a company, responsible for managing the overall operations and strategy
  3. Chief financial officer (CFO) – the executive responsible for the financial operations of a company, including planning and analysis, accounting and finance
  4. Chief operating officer (COO) – the executive responsible for the day-to-day operations of a company
  5. Chief technology officer (CTO) – the executive responsible for the development and deployment of a company’s technology strategy
  6. Chief marketing officer (CMO) – the executive responsible for a company’s marketing strategy and activities
  7. Chief human resources officer (CHRO) – the executive responsible for a company’s human resources policies and programs
  8. Chief information officer (CIO) – the executive responsible for a company’s information technology (IT) strategy and operations
  9. Executive team – the group of top executives who lead and make decisions for a company
  10. Shareholder – a person or entity that owns shares in a company.
  1. Annual report – a document that provides information on a company’s financial performance and activities over the past year
  2. Financial statement – a document that provides information on a company’s financial position, including income, expenses, assets and liabilities
  3. Balance sheet – a financial statement that shows a company’s assets, liabilities and equity at a specific point in time
  4. Income statement – a financial statement that shows a company’s revenues, expenses and net income over a period of time
  5. Cash flow statement – a financial statement that shows the sources and uses of cash over a period of time
  6. Revenue – the total amount of money that a company earns from its business activities
  7. Expense – the cost of goods or services that a company uses in order to generate revenue
  8. Profit – the difference between a company’s revenue and expenses
  9. Loss – a financial shortfall, where a company’s expenses are greater than its revenues
  10. Asset – something that has value and can be owned by a company.
  1. Liability – a financial obligation that a company owes to someone else
  2. Equity – the difference between a company’s assets and liabilities
  3. Debt – money that a company owes to others
  4. Credit – the ability of a company to borrow money
  5. Interest – the cost of borrowing money
  6. Stock market – a marketplace where stocks are bought and sold
  7. Market share – the percentage of a market that is controlled by a company
  8. Competitive advantage – the unique advantage that a company has over its competitors
  9. SWOT analysis – a strategic planning tool that helps a company identify its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
  10. Business model – the way that a company generates revenue and profits.
  1. Revenue model – the method that a company uses to generate revenue, such as selling products or providing services
  2. Cost structure – the types and amounts of expenses that a company incurs in order to operate
  3. Value proposition – the unique value or benefit that a company offers to its customers
  4. Customer segment – a group of customers who share similar characteristics and needs
  5. Supply chain – the network of organizations, people, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer
  6. Distribution channel – the way that a company gets its products or services to customers
  7. Brand – the image and reputation of a company or product
  8. Marketing mix – the combination of strategies and tactics that a company uses to promote and sell its products or services
  9. Customer relationship management (CRM) – the practices and technologies that a company uses to manage and analyze customer interactions and data
  10. Intellectual property – intangible assets such as trademarks, copyrights and patents that are owned by a company.
  1. Patent – a legal right granted to an inventor or company to prevent others from making, using or selling the inventor’s or company’s invention
  2. Trademark – a symbol, word or phrase that is used to identify and distinguish a company’s products or services
  3. Copyright – a legal right granted to the creator of a creative work, such as a book, film or song, to control the use and distribution of that work
  4. Trade secret – confidential information, such as a formula, method or process, that is used by a company to give it a competitive advantage
  5. Licensing – the process of allowing another company to use a company’s intellectual property in exchange for payment
  6. Outsourcing – the process of hiring another company to perform a business function that is normally done in-house
  7. Offshoring – the process of moving a business function or operation to another country, typically to take advantage of lower labor or production costs
  8. Insourcing – the process of bringing a business function or operation that was previously performed by another company back in-house
  9. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) – the practice of a company considering the social and environmental impacts of its actions in addition to its financial performance
  10. Sustainability – the practice of ensuring that a company’s operations and activities can be maintained at a certain level without harming the environment or depleting natural resources.
  1. Climate change – the long-term shift in global weather patterns that is caused by human activities, such as burning fossil fuels
  2. Carbon footprint – the total amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that are emitted by a company or individual’s activities
  3. Renewable energy – energy that is produced from natural sources that can be replenished, such as solar, wind and hydro power
  4. Green technology – technologies that are designed to be environmentally friendly and sustainable
  5. Pollution – the release of harmful substances or waste into the environment
  6. Waste management – the process of collecting, treating and disposing of waste in a way that minimizes its impact on the environment
  7. Recycling – the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be considered waste and using them to make new products
  8. Corporate governance – the systems and processes by which a company is directed and controlled
  9. Ethics – the moral principles and values that guide the behavior of a company and its employees
  10. Compliance – the process of following the laws, regulations and policies that apply to a company’s operations and activities.
  1. Regulation – a law or rule that is set by a government or other authority and that must be followed by companies and individuals
  2. Legal department – the part of a company that is responsible for providing advice and support on legal matters
  3. Corporate lawyer – a lawyer who specializes in providing legal advice to businesses
  4. Compliance officer – a person who is responsible for ensuring that a company follows the laws and regulations that apply to its operations and activities
  5. Risk management – the practice of identifying, assessing and controlling the risks that a company faces
  6. Insurance – a contract that provides financial protection against a potential loss or damage
  7. Business continuity – the practice of planning and preparing for potential disruptions to a company’s operations and activities
  8. Crisis management – the practice of responding to and managing a sudden, significant and often unexpected event that poses a threat to a company
  9. Reputation – the public image and perceived quality of a company
  10. Public relations (PR) – the practice of managing a company’s communication with the public and media.
  1. Press release – a written or recorded statement that is issued to the media in order to provide information or make an announcement
  2. Media relations – the practice of managing a company’s communication with the news media
  3. Social media – online platforms and tools that enable individuals and organizations to share and exchange information and ideas
  4. Online reputation – the public image and perceived quality of a company as represented on the internet
  5. Digital marketing – the practice of promoting and selling products or services using digital technologies
  6. Website – an online presence that is owned and operated by a company and that typically includes information about the company and its products or services
  7. E-commerce – the buying and selling of goods and services over the internet
  8. Search engine optimization (SEO) – the practice of improving a website’s visibility and ranking on search engine results pages
  9. Advertising – the practice of creating and publishing messages in order to promote a product or service
  10. Influencer marketing – the practice of partnering with individuals who have a large online following in order to promote a product or service.
  1. Brand ambassador – a person who represents a company and its brand, typically by promoting the company’s products or services on social media or other channels
  2. Crowdfunding – the practice of raising money from a large number of people, typically through an online platform, in order to finance a project or venture
  3. Angel investor – an individual who provides capital to a startup in exchange for ownership equity
  4. Venture capital – money invested in a new or growing business by individuals or organizations
  5. Accelerator – a program that helps startups grow quickly by providing access to mentorship, resources and funding
  6. Incubator – a program or facility that helps new businesses get off the ground
  7. Exit strategy – a plan for how a company or investor will sell or divest their ownership interest in a business
  8. IPO – initial public offering, the first sale of stock by a company to the public
  9. Merger – the combination of two or more companies into a single entity
  10. Acquisition – the process of buying one company by another.
  1. Private equity – investment in a company that is not publicly traded
  2. Leveraged buyout (LBO) – the acquisition of a company using a significant amount of borrowed money
  3. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) – the practice of a company considering the social and environmental impacts of its actions in addition to its financial performance
  4. Sustainability – the practice of ensuring that a company’s operations and activities can be maintained at a certain level without harming the environment or depleting natural resources
  5. Carbon footprint – the total amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that are emitted by a company or individual’s activities
  6. Renewable energy – energy that is produced from natural sources that can be replenished, such as solar, wind and hydro power
  7. Pollution – the release of harmful substances or waste into the environment
  8. Waste management – the process of collecting, treating and disposing of waste in a way that minimizes its impact on the environment
  9. Recycling – the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be considered waste and using them to make new products
  10. Corporate governance – the systems and processes by which a company is directed and controlled.

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