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    writing a business letter

    Is it proper to say "we are open to receive suggestions or comments as to how to better improve our service and product."?

    I was told that "better improve" is not proper but I have heard it being used.

    Also, "we look forward to growing our business together with you." Is it correctly written?

    Thank you for your help.

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    Re: writing a business letter

    I'd drop the 'better'- it's unnecessary. In the second, do you need 'together'?

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