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Learn how to craft letters of inquiry and request in professional environments.
When to Use
When writing to ask for professional consideration or specific help.
Typical purposes for letters of request or inquiry include:
- Inquiring about an opportunity or to follow-up on a meeting
- Requesting information, either from customers or from industry colleagues
- Asking for a favor from business peers or other stakeholders
- Seeking a contribution of money, time, goods, etc
Email may be used for the some of these purposes, when recipient is an email contact.
- Give Notice.
- Give a Reason.
- Give an Out.
PROOFREAD and SPELL CHECK!
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