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    Please correct and add if anything required to the below letter

    Sir,

    I would like to request you to arrange an appointment for our sales executive to meet you in your office at your convienient time.

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    Re: is ti correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjeev View Post
    Please correct and add if anything required to the below letter

    Sir,

    I would like to request you to arrange an appointment for our sales executive to meet you in your office at your convienient time.
    I would like to ask you to make an appointment with our sales executive in order to meet him in your office at any time you prefer

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    Re: is ti correct?

    I would like to request you arrange an appointment with our sales executive to meet you in your office at a convenient time.


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    Dear Sir,

    I extremely request to you that kindly arrange an appointment for our sales executive to meet you in your office in your suitable time.


    i hop it will right.
    Zeeshan Khan
    frm Karachi

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    No, you can't "extremely" request. Try "urgently." "In your suitable time" is wrong.

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    Re: is ti correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeeshanmaq View Post
    Dear Sir,

    I extremely request to you that kindly arrange an appointment for our sales executive to meet you in your office in your suitable time.

    i hop it will right.
    Zeeshan Khan
    frm Karachi
    Hi Zeeshanmaq,

    In the business world, it would be highly unusual for an office of sales to request an "urgent meeting." (My assumption here is that the requested appointment is for the purpose of discussing a potential sale of services or product(s).) After all, if the client is not truly interested in the proposed service or product, such a request is likely to have the opposite intended effect. In other words, such an "urgent request" is likely to be either ignored or put off by the client.

    The objective here is to create a request that will prompt the client to respond. With this in mind, a subtle reminder for arranging a meeting is more to the point:
    Dear Mr. (or Ms.) __________:

    At your earliest convenience, could you please contact our office about arranging an appointment for our sales executive to meet with you.

    Thank you.
    Some additional information -- briefly stated -- concerning how your company's service or product will be of benefit to the client would also be helpful here.

    Since sales executives usually call on clients at the client's office, you need not state this explicitly here. It is understood. If the client is interested in arranging the requested meeting, this detail can be arranged when the client responds to your request.

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