Jargon Busting Business Part Four

Jargon

Ooh look, another Jargon Busting post for you 🙂 I really hope that these are helpful in some way to my amazing readers:

FAO – For Attention Of

FYI – For Your Information

ALAP – As Late As Possible

FY – Fiscal Year

R&D – Research and Development

GO – General Office

WE – Week Ending

SME – Small to Medium Enterprise

ROI – Return on Investment or Republic of Ireland

Bring to the table – Typically refers to what a business or individual offers during negotiations

Dialogue – A discussion between two parties

Monetise – Make money out of a blog or website, typically in the form of advertising

Msg – Message

Read Part One of my Jargon Busting Guide.

Read Part Two of my Jargon Busting Guide.

Read Part Three of my Jargon Busting Guide.

 

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