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Innovation letter for business discussion?

I want to send a formal invitation letter to somebody that will come to our company for discussion about our current project that is under process


Check out the examples in the VisiHow article below. If you would like to send it in the mail instead of email, print it out on Company letterhead. Make sure to mention any progress in the project since you last spoke with them as well as what you are hoping will be accomplished should they come to discuss the current project with you. Flattery goes a long way so use language terms like 'your expertise', 'your professional judgment', or 'your valuable opinion'. People especially respond subconsciously if you request help and describe them as the savior in a letter.

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