An introduction letter is similar to a letter in the nature and scope but is often used a much wider variety of purposes. Introduction letters are used to sell in an attempt to win a job interview, or a product of a company, or to a person other than to introduce you to introduce yourself. Despite the various topics, the format of the letter generally remains the same.
• Research the name of the person to whom you are writing the letter. Be sure to have a full name, preferably a business title as well, such as "vice president" or "marketing director."
• Be. The current date in the upper left side of the page Leave a line below and write the name of the person you are in contact. On a new line, write title of the person. Go back to a new line and write the name of the company for which you worked your desired recipients, followed by its address.
• Skip a line and write the salutation: ".. Dear Mr / Ms [full name]"
• Write why you are writing the letter the reason. Be as short as possible for the first sentence of the first paragraph. Use expand two or three following sets for this purpose and to explain what it is to win or to offer by want this letter. There should be no confusion about your intentions by the time the paragraph is complete.
• Use the second paragraph to indicate how you intend to achieve what you suggested in the first paragraph. It is probably a meeting, phone call or reply to the letter, and should be simple and polite explained.
• Do not include personal information about yourself in the third paragraph. Also, if applicable, here you can try to "sell" your proposal by a little bit of history to your request, or adding other details that you think you can make your proposal to make more inviting for the letter Recipient.
• Plug in your last paragraph, by positive and thank the reader for his time. Explain that you are looking forward to hearing from him again. Leave another blank line before writing "Sincerely" or a similar closing. In addition, leave two or three blank lines. On the line under your name, enter your name and enter your current job title and company, if applicable. Edit the letter of one or two times to read about before printing. Sign your name at the top, where it was printed at the end of the letter.