Présenter son entreprise

Introducing one’s company:


Often we use «us», «we» or «our» when referring to the company we work for ; this makes the company seem more personable.

Avoid using internal company jargon and acronyms when relaying general company information to external listeners.


The gerund form The gerund (verb + ing) is usually introduced by the following expressions.

1) «To be involved in».

Example :

My company is involved in manufacturing and distributing plastic pumps.

2) «To include».

Example :

Our main activities include buying raw materials and assembling the components.

3) To consist of / in.

Example :

The company’s main task consists of / in producing high quality dispensing systems. The present simple and present passive They are the most suitable tenses to use when presenting general facts and information.

1) Present simple.

Examples :

We have factories all over the world.

We buy our raw materials from China.

We produce glass bottles.

2) Present passive (to be + past participle).

Examples :

The company is called Jones Manufacturing.

It’s based in Houston, Texas.

  • 5,000 people are employed in the company. 


Talking about the company :

▪ The Company’s facility is located in a highly industrialized/residential area close to… .

▪ The Company employs  200 staff, among them 25 are part-time employed / have part-time jobs.

▪ The unit where I worked specializes in
– developing software packages
– designing new computer hardware/equipment
– developing new computer technology, etc.

▪ The company has connections/branches nationwide/worldwide.

▪ Every year, the company recruits a certain number of trainees to help students to get / acquire a larger professionnal experience, but also to take advantage of new talents and to maintain/keep a close contact/link with the world of education / the educational community.

Suggestion de présentation

Présentation de l’entreprise                                     Introducing one’s company
Company Profile (historique)
Key figures
Organisation chart
Growth Strategy
Values / Corporate Culture
Strengths / Weaknesses
Market position
Business Strategy
Line of products / services
Location of factories/ production sites
Media / Communication
Global reach / worldwide projects


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