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710 wordsBusiness Communications Over the years a lot of materials were collected dealing with a presentation and including general rules of holding it. The article given examined the same point. I fully agree with the authors. It is certain that a good skill of making a presentation influences ones career. Each firms or a big enterprises main purpose is to make profits, to produce goods claiming at the market. Presentation is one of the most important factors in accelerating the distribution of products...
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Read This Book Walking Down The Street
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Total Quality Management U S Companies
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Leading Cause Of Death Commit Suicide
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Male And Female Body Language
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