opening/ closing/ greetings/ in an business mail

May 26, 2006 2:06am CST
Hi i need to knw that how to write and compose a business mail if we are introducing some thing to the customer, proper and professinal matter for opening and closing of a business mail.
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• United States
10 Apr 08
Generally, you want to know and use their name. You would start by saying "Dear Mr. Smith" for example. Then, go on and introduce your product in the first paragraph, what it does and how it would benefit your client. Finally, thank the person for their time and put either Sincerely, or Thank You at the bottom and your name about two to four spaces below that. I hope that helps.
• Netherlands
26 Jan 07
I always use dear customer, thanks in advance or kind regards, name here For an email this is formal enough...
@tibido (4081)
• Italy
15 Nov 06
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• Nigeria
15 Nov 06
In writing a business letter, you need to be as official as possible. Try this link for essential details on how to write a business mail: http://esl.about.com/cs/onthejobenglish/a/a_basbletter.htm