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80+ Common English Business and Corporate Abbreviations

Business and Corporate Abbreviations
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List of Common English Business Abbreviations:

AGM: Annual General Meeting
Addr.: address
AOB: Any Other Business
Approx.: approximately

ASAP: as soon as possible
A3: Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
BTW: By The Way
BIF: Basic In Fact
cf.: compare this with…

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c/o: care of

compl.: complete
CEO: Chief Executive Officer
CRM: Customer Relationship Management
CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility
CV: Curriclum Vitae
CLM: Career Limiting Move
CM: Call Me

COB: Close of Business

Corp.: Corporation

Dept.: Department
Devt.: development

diff.: difference
EOB: End of Business
EOM: End of Message

encl.: enclosed
esp.: especially

ETA: estimated time of arrival
Edn.: Edition
Educ.: Education
F2F: Face To Face
FAQ(s): Frequently Asked Question(s)
FYI: For Your Information
FUD: Fear, Uncertainty, and Disinformation
FWIW: For What It’s Worth
GMTA: Great Minds Think Alike
GMT: Greenwich Mean Time
Govt.: Government
GA: Go Ahead
HR: Human Resources
HQ: Headquarters

IOW: In Other Words
Impt.: Important

Info.: Information

IMHO: In My Humble Opinion
IM: Instant Message
IMO: In My Opinion
JIT: Just In Time

Ltd.: Limited
MD: Managing Director
max.: maximum
min.: minimum

movt.: movement

MOTD: Message Of The Day
NB: nota bene (important, notice this)

NBIF: No Basis In Fact
NFC: No Further Comment
NP: No Problem

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NRN: No Reply Necessary
OOTB: Out Of The Box / Out of the Blue
OTOH: On the Other Hand
OIC: Oh, I see

OTT: Over the Top
PLC: Public Limited Company

pdq: pretty damn quick
PM: Private Message

POV: Point Of View
Prob.: Problem
PTO: Please Turn Over
PR: Public Relations

RTM: Read The Manual
R&D: Research and Development
SAE: Stamped Addressed Envelope
SME: Small and Medium (size) Enterprises
SWOT: Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats

temp.: temperature / temporary
TBA: To Be Announced

TU: Thank You
TUVM: Thank You Very Much
TX: Thanks

TYCLO: Turn Your Caps Lock Off!
USP: Unique Selling Point
VGC: very good condition
VP:
Vice President

w/: with

w/o: without
wt.: weight

WRT: With respect to

WTG: Way To Go!

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