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Standard business questions
These are some standard business questions that may be asked while making general inquiries into the nature of a company.
A sample piece of conversation between a reporter and the manager of a publishing company is given below.
Reporter: Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today.
Reporter: Which company do you work for?
Reporter: What sort of books do you publish?
Reporter: I see. Where is the company located?
Reporter: How many people do you employ?
Reporter: Does your company have an online presence?
Reporter: Do you have a presence overseas?
Reporter: Is yours a public limited company?
Variations of these questions are also possible.
Question: Which company do you work for?
Who do you work for?
Question: Where is your company based?
Where is your company located?
Question: Does your company have an online presence?
What about your companyís online presence?
Question: How many people do you employ?
Does your company employ a lot of people?
Parts of content taken from esl.about.com
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