Business Proposal Letter, Sample & Format

A Business Proposal letter is written by the company to invite another company to consider its proposed business plans, as in a new product offering or collaboration in some business venture. A Business Proposal letter should be formal and contains all the necessary relevant points of attraction to induce the recipient to a favourable decision.

From:

Andrew Page

Managing Director

Highlands Trading

1976 Logan Street
Broomfield, CO 80020

September 4, 2010

To:

Barry White

Senior Manger

Freight Forwarders

4516 Round Table Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45245

Dear Mr. White

RE: Business Proposal

On behalf of Highlands Trading, it is my pleasure to extend to you a business opportunity with this letter. As one of Highlands Trading best business partners, we are delighted to introduce you our new marketing plan for the coming year.

As our token of appreciation on your loyal patronage over these years, Highlands Trading is proposing to offer you a permanent 10% discount off the retail prices on all the product range offered by Highlands Trading, with effect from January 1, 2011. With this attractive discount, you will be able to order more of our popular products before they run out of stock.

As an extra incentive, orders above $5000 per invoice will be delivered without shipping charges.

We trust that the above business proposal is favourable to you. Please do not hesitate to call us for further clarifications.

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Andrew Page

Highlands Trading

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