3 Describing DataIts common in business to analyze and discuss data. But, theres a lot of data available and its important that the message with each is clear, concise, and cohesive. Using a visual such as a chart or graph helps convey the message to ensure the main idea is understandable.Audience: A sales team that you supportSkills you will practice: Composing a clear and concise message that supports dataKnowledge you will gain: Addressing whats important to your audience and how to clearly and concisely guide them in understanding the data presented.Instructions:Write a description of the graph. Cite a fictional source for the data.•Audience:Sales team responsible for the large client companies (Kent, Lincoln, Mersey, York)•Purpose:To identify the critical client to maintain; assume we are at the end of 2019 and looking at the forecast for 2020•Context:The team lost a few key clients in 2019. There’s concern about the strategy for the clients remaining.Format: Online text, 1 paragraphAssignment Value: 10 pointsCriteria for Success:Writer addresses sales teams questions. Paragraph starts with reader-centered topic sentences, followed by relevant supporting details. Source of data is cited. Tone recognizes the reader at an appropriate level.