I want to introduce you to Excuses Inc.. I have been doing business with them for quite some time. We have joint ventures concerning the fabrication of lies and excuses -all ventures that you, too, might be interested in pursuing.
Excuses Inc. is opening an office in your area. Mr. Deception, who is to be in charge of that location, is a good friend of ours, very personable, and extremely knowledgeable about our industry.
To give you a better idea of Excuses Inc.’s activities, I’m enclosing a recently prepared brochure.
When Mr. Deception contacts you, I’ll appreciate any
can give him. I do think you’ll find several common business
This is a sample letter that may help:
You can contact Debra for an appointment at 012345678 or go to her salon at 123 Hairstyle Road.
Thank you and all the best.
I need a sample of a introduction letter and a announcement letter combined, to informing my clients that I'm handling their
account of my resignation and also introducing a new client executive
Below is a sample for you:
I am writing to inform you that I will be leaving ACME Demolitions and to introduce you to my replacement Mr. Willy Coyote.
Mr. Coyote has been working for ACME Demolitions under my guidance for the last 2 years. He was the one behind the scenes working to maintain your account. I am sure he will be providing the service you are so accustomed to.
If you would like to meet Mr. Coyote, you can call him at 022 234 5678
to arrange for a meeting.
I would like to know what type of letter to send as a follow up to a
company letter of introduction. I emailed letters introducing our
company to other companies in the hopes that they would be interested
in hiring our company to provide our services. How should I follow up?
I would follow up with another letter saying that you have sent them a letter before and if they have somehow missed the letter, provide the same information again and give them a strong reason to contact you.
A side note, it is not a good idea to send a letter of introduction via email. Most people would consider that spam and not even look at it.
If you were sending it via snail mail, then the chances are better that they have received it. In that case, depending on the situation, you can follow up with another letter as described above or give them a call.
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