Showing respect to a new business partner also means that you send him or her a letter of welcome after deciding to work together.
By now you have probably gone through the negotiations and business meetings, and you know the person somewhat.
This makes it even more important to write such an email.
After all, you will be working with this person in the future. If you value the other person as a business partner, a welcome letter will prove this.
It also makes the relationship a bit more personal, which can also make a difference when it comes to a business.
1. The beginning of the email letter should state your positive experience and feelings thanks to the future collaboration with the business partner.
2. In the second paragraph mention just a few details about the contract and describe it shortly.
3. If you haven't done so yet, offer your personal email or phone number as well besides the office one, for emergencies.
4. Either at the beginning or the end of the letter, express your trust towards the other person and trust in the future business relationship.
Subject Line: Welcome to Sky Enterprises!
Dear Mr. Cower,
I would like to welcome you and express my appreciation for the beginning of a long lasting business relationship with our team at Sky Enterprises. We are happy to work together with you. It is an honor to us to start a business deal with you which we all hope will last for a long time.
We have made a draft for you after the discussions during the meeting last Tuesday. It contains the ideas of innovative marketing and sales strategies that we have talked about. Please look at the document and we can discuss any required changes on our next meeting, which will be Wednesday, 12th of April. Our team will wait for you in the same place as last time.
If you have any concerns about the draft or the meeting please don't hesitate to email me or call me at my office number. I would also like to give you my home number in case of any emergency: 440 592 445. We are looking forward to a continuous partnership with you and your team.