Use a template to write a company profile by choosing a document with a format and tone that match both your company and the location on which the profile may appear, modifying the names and dates to reflect the company, and inserting unique facts about the business. The new document should also feature some personal details about the employees and the business.
Begin by reviewing the available company profile templates to see the differences in formatting and organization, as some are short for use in print settings, while others have longer sections ideal for a company website. Some templates also carry a more serious tone than others or may include sections for listing corporate values or company accomplishments that may not relate to your specific business. After choosing the template that best suits your needs, make a copy of it in your word processing program so that you may reference the original at any time.
Change the new document so that it includes the name of your company and the names of any relevant employees, such as the founders or the CEO. Move through each section, and modify the content to match the facts of your company while retaining the same tone. For example, if the first paragraph lists the goals of a paper retail company, but your company sells books, use the same formatting for the positive aspects you share, and insert relevant facts and aspects of your business.