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Research Proposal
English 215 (Eng. 215)
Strayer University
21 July 2013

The first of these comparisons, and modifications is found in the proposal goals. In a business proposal, the goals are often started in the proposals in a summary section or basic proposal introduction. A formal research proposal are different from a business proposal because it repeatedly focuses on the information or documents that will help the business make better decisions. Sometimes business proposals suggest a new products or services, with a plan to make money for the business. Formal research proposals have additional of a theoretical approach, and business proposals have an everyday approach as far as it have any things to do with making money. Additional thing to consider when comparing the two proposals that are located within the formal research and business proposal sections. Each of these proposals are shared with the same similarity of the introduction and conclusion, but the other sections inside of them are different. A formal research report has a different research methods section that explains how the information and documents, are found, however a business proposal may not have a methods that used section. The goal of a business proposal are suggest as a product, once the research methods has been conducted. A formal research proposal may provide exactly how much the research will cost, during which the business report will include a budget that will provide the company to start a project that are costs. Research plays a large role in a business proposal. A main difference between the formal research proposal and the business proposal is in the order that they are completed in. A formal research proposal is used to determine if the business are attempt to make a new product adjustment or budget exchange. The business proposal comes once a formal research proposal has been done. A research proposal are allowed to determine the complete demand for a product or...