Effective Business Communication : Report

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Running head: EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONEffective Business CommunicationName of the student:Name of the University:Author’s Note:
1EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONExecutive Summary:The report is discussion on two chosen sports of Australia. One of the sports is swimmingand the other cycling. The report gives a brief overview of both the sports that includes costand benefits. There is also discussion on the growth of both the sports in not only Australiabut also worldwide. The report also describes the participation trends of both the sports overtimes along with a discussion on the future trends. There are also recommendations providedon the future funding of each of the sport. The report mentions how the funding forswimming aided by the personal excellence grant section of Swimming Australia whereas thefund for cycling can come from Nick Green, the CEO of Cycling Australia.
2EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................31. Overview of the Chosen Sports.............................................................................................4Swimming:.................................................................................................................................4Cycling:......................................................................................................................................52. Growth of the Sport in Australia or Worldwide.....................................................................6Swimming:.................................................................................................................................6Cycling:......................................................................................................................................63. Participation Trends for each of the Sports over Time..........................................................7Participation Trends in Swimming.............................................................................................7Participation Trends in Cycling.................................................................................................84. Future Trends of the Chosen Sport........................................................................................9Swimming:.................................................................................................................................9Cycling:....................................................................................................................................105. Recommendations for Future Funding for each Chosen Sport............................................10Swimming:...............................................................................................................................10Cycling:....................................................................................................................................11Conclusion:..............................................................................................................................11References:...............................................................................................................................12
3EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONIntroduction:The report gives a detailed research on two sports conducted in Australia. The chosensport for this report includes swimming and cycling. However, sports in the continent havebeen national obsession from time immemorial. Right from hitting the tennis ball on localcourts with the friends to participating in organized football competition, the Australiansremain very much a part of sports. This sometimes makes it difficult in determining the mostpopular sport in the country. However, for some Australians playing the sport at any givenlevel is all that matters while others consider being a registered player number. There aremany for whom the factors such as revenue generation, figures related to attendance andperformance on the global stage is a matter of concern. Sport in Australia played in variedforms. However, the report discusses the sports based on the level of participationirrespective of the age and discusses about the growth, participation trends, future trends andfunding.1. Overview of the Chosen SportsThe chosen sports include Swimming and Cycling. The overview of each of thechosen sport is as follows:Swimming:Swimming represents a popular sport in Australia with approximately 3.147 millionpeople taking part in it. Almost a close percentage of 48.8% children between the age groupof 6 to 13 years take part in it although the figures drop to about 10.1 % for the adults in theage group of 14 years and above (Light, Harvey & Memmert, 2013). Parents in Australia takean interest in teaching their children to swim at a very young age. Thus, most of the childrenmake them a part of the swimming competition at the primary school level.
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