How to Write a Business Relocation Letter
When writing a business relocation letter, include the old contact information as well as the new contact information along with a concise explanation of the move. Keep old customers and bring in new ones by writing a relocation letter with advice from a business owner in this free video on business.
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Hi, my name is John Niemira and I'm here on the campus of Salt Lake City Campus, Steven Henager College, and I wanted to talk to you about writing a business relocation letter. A simple business relocation letter, wants to tell your customers, your potential customers, that you are moving, that you are relocating. How can they contact you? Information that you want to include in the letter is your your current address and your new address where you're moving to. If you're changing phone numbers, include both. Let 'em know if you're not changing your phone number or if you are. If you're going to stick with thee same e-mail address, let 'em know about it. Give 'em the information very clear, and concise, be...make it a simple letter, a single paragraph, a couple sentences. Let them know why you're moving, where you're moving to, how they can contact you and if they need of course, any more information have all your all your contact information on there. For any more information on this topic, or any other business topic, you can contact me directly at my e-mail: j n i e m i r a at gmail.com.