Sunday, January 20, 2019

Sample Business Letter Introduction for Business Partnership (Cover Letter)

How to write introduction letter for business partnership
Introduction letter for business partnership
Sample Business Letter Introduction for Business Partnership (Cover Letter) is a letter to approach the new company to liaise with your company for the first time. Make sure your letter was brief enough to deliver your message, so your target will understand your intention and respond to your request without a nibbling feeling.

Dear Sir,

I hope this letter will find you well and success.

First of all, in this good opportunity I would like to introduce our company to you, ABC Company (your website), which has been in the business of distributor, general trading and contractor to governments sectors, private sectors and industrial sectors for the past 30 years. Attached our company profile.

Secondly, I would like to express my interest to have a business opportunity with your Company to distribute your product in Indonesia territory.

We believe that our partnership is mutually beneficial for us and will enable to expand and build the opportunity of the business together in the best possible way.

Thank you for your cooperation and looking forward to building the business together in the near future.

With best regards,
Your name

Daily Quote

Daily Quotes for Business

1. Money isn't good until the
cheque is in your hands,
the cheque clears the bank,
you've spent or invested the money,
and six months passes and no one has asked
for it to be returned.
-By Anonymous-

2. Many Companies don't know that
all Employees come equipped with a brain
-at no extra charge!!
-By Anonymous-

3. Avoid lengthy job descriptions
Remember even God gave
only 10 commandments!
-By Anonymous-

4. What gets rewarded gets done.
-By Anonymous-

5. Avoid the vague mumbo-jumbo
about value-added services
Specifically list what you offer.
-By Anonymous-

6. All the customer education in the world 
is not going to make customers 
buy something they don't want.
-By Anonymous-

7. When What your customers value and
what you have to offer don't match 
you're the one who is going to have to change,
not your customers.
-By Anonymous-

8. Employees want to be treated fairly,
trusted, judged by their work, have their say,
have opportunities to improve,
and work for a growing company.
-By Anonymous-

9. Competitive advantage is having better staff
than your competitors.
-By Anonymous-

10. Management's job is to find out 
what it's doing that keeps people from doing a good job,
and stop doing it.
-By Anonymous-