Calling all business students! Here are some common (and uncommon) misspellings that I’ve taken a red pen to in business papers. Some, I see regularly. Others come out of left field. Regardless — they’re, their, there — good for a chuckle.
SWAT Analysis – unless you’re planning on batting me over the head with the paper, the business term is ‘SWOT Analysis.’
Costumers – Although there’s an outside chance your paper is truly about circus folk assigned to dressing clowns, I’m think the correct term is C-U-S-T-O-M-E-R-S.
Two Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars – I realize the game here is to stretch the page length to meet the minimum required. However, business professionals tend to be efficient. Try $2.3M.
Tack Ticks – If I have to say a word out loud to understand the meaning, you have a problem. My advice – change your writing tactics.