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    Please help me in writing a formal email to a Senior Executive for meeting confirmati

    Writing a formal email to a senior executive to confirm the meeting in written.


    Dear [Name]

    I was nice talking with you.

    With reference to our telephonic conversation on Friday, Meeting has been confirmed for [Date] at [time] between Mr ABC, Mr XYZ & yourself at your office.

    Mr ABC along with Mr XYZ will be delighted to meet you.

    Thank you for accommodating our request.

    Best regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by atifali_ View Post
    I am writing a formal email to a senior executive to confirm the meeting in written writing.


    Dear [Name]

    I was nice talking with you. Inappropriatelyl informal.

    With reference to our telephonic telephone conversation on Friday, the [next] meeting has been confirmed for [Date] at [time] between you, Mr ABC, Mr XYZ & yourself at your office.

    Mr ABC along with and Mr XYZ will be delighted to meet you.

    Thank you for accommodating our request.

    Best regards,
    Please see my suggested amendments above in red. I am not keen on "Best regards" at the end of letters but it seems to be increasingly acceptable in many countries. If the salutation at the start is "Dear + name", I would end it "Yours sincerely".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Thanks!

    Actually we had a chat over the phone on last Friday and verbally scheduled the meeting so its just a written confirmation of that.

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    Is it not more appropriate if i use 'and' after ''between you, Mr Abc, CEO HH Company & Mr XYZ, Director at HH Company''.

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    Yes. Sorry, you need "and" before "Mr XYZ". Use the word, not a "&".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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