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Sunday, February 04, 2007

An Example Letter for Business Partnerships

Business partnerships can be a gateway to a strong and beneficial relationship. However, asking for an building a business partnership can be a real challenge. You may wonder, “Should I make a phone call, send an e-mail, write a letter, or what?”

All these techniques are viable ways to secure business partnerships, but letters tend to be the very best. The following letter template for business partnerships can help you make your presence known to niche technology providers you would like to solicit.

Letter Template for Business Partnerships: Letter or Email for a Mass 90 Expert

Subject Line (for Email)

“We’re looking for an outstanding Mass 90 technology provider for a partnership.”

You can also use “Mass 90 guru” if you’d like to change the style a bit.
Subject Line

Letter for Business Partnerships: The Body

“Dear [insert name],

Hello. My name is [your name] from XYZ Computer Consulting. We do [insert your company’s specialty in short terms]. I’m currently looking for a partner that is an expert in Mass 90 integration with host space systems. I found you through/was referred to you by [name of mutual contact or place you found the potential business partner], and we currently have an active project that would benefit from someone with your background. We also have clients with similar needs that would benefit from your services in the near future.

If you are interested in working with us on this project or projects in the future, please call me at [your phone number] or email me at [your email address]. You can best reach me by phone at [suggested best time for you to receive calls].

I look forward to hearing from you.”

Business Partnerships Letter: Should You Add a P.S.?

You should include your company Web site to ensure the potential business partnerships can research your company before calling you.

Business Partnerships

Business partnerships can help you develop a computer consulting business. Providing prospective partners with an email or letter can help you start to build relationships.

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