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What Is The Difference Between Circular,memo And Notice?

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Frances Bott answered
The main difference between these three forms of communication is their intended audience and their purpose. A circular tends to be mass distributed to a large number of people. A memo usually has a smaller demographic of audience and is usually more exclusive. A notice will normally be issued to a varying number of people; depending on who needs to know about the information it contains.

Circulars are most commonly used for advertising and making public statements. These can come in the form of posters, leaflets or handouts that make people aware of a particular subject. The audience for a circular can be as widespread as you wish depending on how many people you wish to make contact with.

Memos are less public and normally targeted at a more exclusive, smaller audience. They are often used as a way of reminding someone of something that needs to be done, or to pass on a proposal or idea of some kind. They are most commonly typed in today's technological era, however they can also be hand written.

Notices can vary in how many people they are aimed at. This is because they primarily function as a way of informing or making people aware of upcoming news, events or actions. For example, you may use a notice to make all of your employees aware of what the company will be doing in the upcoming year. However, you could also issue a notice to a particular department instead to inform them of news that is only relevant to them. These can also be in the form of posters of handouts, but could also appear in a mass email that is sent out to the particular audience.
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Will Martin answered
A memorandum or memo is a written reminder or piece of information. You can write a memo to yourself, to just one other person, or to a group.

A circular is a document intended to be copied and given to a group. Also, while a memo is only to inform or remind, a circular can have other purposes such as advertising.
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Difference between circular and memorandum
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A memorandum or memo is a written reminder or piece of information. You can write a memo to yourself, to just one other person, or to a group.

A circular is a document intended to be copied and given to a group. Also, while a memo is only to inform or remind, a circular can have other purposes such as advertising.
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Deifne the memo and notice

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Memo:   Communication to a for very limited number of people
Notice: Is issued where interest of  a larger group of people is involved
Circular: Where information is to be passed on to a group of people
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Pradip Maiti answered
Circulars and notices are  written forms of communication within the organization. 
The difference between a circular  and a notice is   circulars are announcements those are
distributed  to small or  selective groups of people within an organization, whereas notices are
meant for a larger group of people
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John Nawrocki answered
I assume you meant "A Circular", Circulars present technical or nontechnical information of popular interest in a format designed for distribution to the public. A Memorandum is a note usually for internal use within a department or a company. There are also several legal documents called memorandum. For example Memorandum of Understanding, Memorandum of Agreement, Memorandum of Association and others.

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