How to Write Letter

Follow Up Letter after Meeting

When you meet someone to discuss about your employment opportunities, for promoting a product, or even to discuss about a partnership venture, there comes a point when you have to think 'what is next'. This question can better be answered by writing a follow up letter after meeting.

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Follow up letter is the best option to exchange views from the meeting. It is also an opportunity to talk about the important issue, which was untouched at the time of discussion. You should start your letter by expressing your delight for having met the person you are writing to. If the meeting was for some employment purpose, talk about the position and include the views shared between you and the reader. It is also possible that there must have been one or two points where you didn't agree with the person, and perhaps he/she might have felt bad about it. You can explain those points in brief in the letter. In the end, thank the reader for the time he/she shared with you in the meeting.

Follow Up Letter after Meeting

Your Name
Address
City, State, Zip Code
Phone Number
Email

10 November, 2010

Receiver's Name
Title
Name of the Company
Address
City, State, Zip Code

Dear (Name),

Meeting you was the best result I ever got for my patience and continuous perseverance. It was my dream to work with such an esteemed organization that made me to send numbers of emails and make phone calls. The result for all these efforts was very pleasant in the form of our meeting.

The Human Resource Executive position we talked about really made me to see things from a wide perspective. Before our meeting, I was very confident that my four years of working experience in this department would easily fetch me this position. However, after meeting you, I finally recognized that there is still a lot to learn about it and nothing in this world could ever be better than gaining the experience by working under your refined leadership. It was an honor to share my views and to learn something new from you.

The tour of your facilities was quite enjoyable. It was an experience that will remain with me for the rest of my life. I gained a good knowledge about how a product is manufactured and made public by going through every single department of the production house. Your staffs were kind and cooperative. I really appreciate their enthusiasm in explaining me every minute detail about the product. I would love to work with such people till my retirement. I guess the working culture and friendly atmosphere of your company is the main reason that you have such a lowest attrition percentage.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge with me and for your time. I hope you are convinced with my knowledge and experience about the position and would give me an opportunity to prove my worth. I am waiting eagerly to hear from you soon. I am reachable any day and time at (850) XXX-4958.

Yours sincerely,
Your Name

Because of our busy schedule, we are highly prone to forget about something we did some days ago. Similarly, when our profession demands meeting different people regularly, we also could forget the people we met and the discussion we had with them. Hence, by writing a follow up letter after the meeting, we can remind the person about the discussion we had in the meeting as well as demand some action relating with the meeting.

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