May I know which of the sentence below is appropriate? 

(1) In view of strategic evaluation is an important tool for assessing how well your business has performed. 

(2) In view of strategic evaluation being an important tool for assessing how well your business has performed. 

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joshua posted:

May I know which of the sentence below is appropriate? 

(1) In view of strategic evaluation is an important tool for assessing how well your business has performed. 

(2) In view of strategic evaluation being an important tool for assessing how well your business has performed. 

Hi, Joshua—Neither (1) nor (2) is correct or appropriate: (1) is an absurd inversion of "An important tool for assessing how well your business has performed is in view of strategic evaluation," which makes no sense at all, and (2) is not even a sentence (it's a fragment, an introductory phrase). You could use (2) as part of a larger sentence, however. The following would be correct:

(2a) In view of strategic evaluation being an important tool for assessing how well your business has performed, we will devote a good deal of time in this business seminar to the topic of strategic evaluation.

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