The following article covers some examples of introduction letters that are designed to help you introduce yourself or someone you know to someone and form the right impression.
An introduction letter is used to refer a candidate for employment or introduce someone to a customer. It is sent by email, snail mail or even by hand. Many times you may need to use an introduction for yourself that will help you get a job opportunity or assist you in your search.
While writing an introduction letter, always address the letter in first person, whenever possible. You should begin your letter with your name, position, role, etc. if needed. You need to explain how you got the name of the reader, if applicable. You should clearly state the purpose of your letter and what you hope to accomplish through the letter. It may be related to fixing up an appointment date and time to meet the reader or asking the reader to grant you an opportunity for an interview.
The first thing to remember is ‘first impression is the last impression’. Thus, make sure the letter is written neatly, with no grammatical errors or typos. If you cannot send over a typed letter, write a handwritten letter. Write in clear, legible writing without making any mistakes or smudges. Keep the letter brief and stick to the point. Keep the note of the letter positive and make sure you cover all the information about yourself or the person you are introducing in a few lines.
Those writing for themselves, should mention all the important information about their selves and the purpose of the letter. You need to write your contact information, brief history of the organization you work with, your goals, etc. While closing the letter, do not forget to thank the person and end the letter on a positive note.
|Introduction Letter for Employment for Someone You Know Well|
I’m writing to introduce you to Alice McPhee. I know Alice through the Aniston Software Group, where, as you know, I am the technical director. Janice and I worked together on several local software projects.
Janice is interested in relocating to the San Francisco area in the near future and would appreciate any recommendations you could offer her for conducting a job search for a software technician position and any help you can provide with the logistics of relocating to California.
I’ve attached her resume for your review and you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 111-111-1111. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
|Self Introduction Letter for Employment|
In today’s customer service oriented society, timely, friendly, proactive service is sought to enhance future business growth. Customer loyalty is always impacted when you employ the right service retail professional to represent you when assisting your valued customers.
I have learned through my long-term experience in the service industry, how to meet and exceed each customer’s expectations by providing a service that sells! I have assisted all types of customers in all types of settings throughout my career. I have understood through experience that acquiring and maintaining loyal repeat business as well as spreading the word of your business through these loyal patrons is of the utmost importance for every company. Positioning a company for better exposure and greater marketability is a task that I have performed with success many times.
I am an excellent team leader who achieves ongoing success with her teams by building morale, maintaining teams’ self-confidence and training them to build the sale by improving their people skills.
It would be a pleasure to interview with you and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
|Introduction Letter to Customer|
|Name of Recipient
Recipient City, State, Zip Code
Dear Mr./Ms./Dr. (Name of Recipient)
Re: (Write the name of new product you are introducing)
As a valued customer of [XYZC Company], I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about an exciting new development for us. We have just expanded our product line to include offerings from [MNO Company]. I have known [name of owner] from MNO Company for several years, and I can tell you that his/her products are of the finest quality. I wouldn’t have taken this step if I didn’t feel that MNO Company’s products would complement our own and provide a real benefit to our customers.
The enclosed brochure will provide you with more information about MNO Company and their product line. If you would like more information, please feel free to contact me at [write your phone number and/or e-mail address].
When you are ready to order, we are available during [hours of service] or online at [write your website URL here].
We value your business and look forward to continue serving you in the future. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch regarding questions you may have. I, and my staff, look forward to hearing from you.
I hope you find these free samples satisfactory for your future use.