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Sample Business Apreciation Letter

A letter of appreciation is a kind of a thank you letter, but with the only difference that a thank you letter is usually written only in the personal situations, whereas an appreciation letter is written in the professional situations or in the business world. Such a letter has to be written in a sincere and open way in order to show that attainments and diligence of a particular employee were appreciated at its true value. It must be noticed the firms or organizations, at which the director is not constantly wrangling for the whole day, but who prefers to write and send the appreciations letters to his or her most gifted and industrious employees, are more stable and profitable, because the people, who are working there, are more diligent and assiduous, because they know that their director is interested in them and the work, which they are doing, and namely this interest is shown by these appreciation letters. At the same time each director of a firm or organization has to take into account that an appreciation letter may motivate and encourage the employees to make their job and to apply more efforts, what can produce the positive changes, which immediately will have a positive impact on the wealthiness of this firm or organization. That is why each director, who wants the prosperity to his or her business, shall not avoid writing such letters and further an example of such a letter is presented.

Prosperity Inc.
139 Walsing Avenue
London, 193465

The 29-th of March, 2010

Dear Mr. Jihn Bob,

I am writing in order to be able to express my sincere gratitude for your intellectual work, which you reveal day by day. I am sure that without you our firm will not manage to reach those heights, which it is occupying at the present moment.

Please accept my sincerest commendation for your excellent job.
Bill Murphy

So it does not take long to write such a letter, but it will remain in the memory of the grateful employee forever.

Gratitude Letter Sample

Thank you letters are usually sent as a polite sign of gratitude. Here is a gratitude letter sample. Follow it to find out how to compose correctly a thank you letter:


Gregory Ford
Proline Company
34 Main Street
London, England 3746
Tel. number: 034 345 34 23

David Lewes
Nestique Company
47 Green Street
London, England 3746
June, 20

Dear Mr. Lewes,
As representatives of the company Proline, we express our thanks to Nestique for mutually advantageous cooperation during this year.
The company Nestique has given us a great chance of developing and searching for new clients. It was very interesting to cooperate with you company, as Nestique represents a dynamically developing enterprise. Our collaboration has been characterized by mutably profitable relations relying on facts that the company Nestique launches new products of pastry of the highest quality yearly.
We look forward to launching of new product Xely and we hope that on the 27th of June, 2010, the exhibition of Nestique Company will present new products again.
The Nestique Company is a team of professionals, professional who provide excellent possibilities for developing.

Yours Sincerely,
Gregory Ford

Thank you Letter: How to Write it

Let’s us assume that you have had a job interview. The employer studied your resume thoroughly, asked you all possible questions concerning the skills, qualifications and education. During the interview you were self-possessed and self-restrained and you managed to give all the necessary answers with respect to your experience and skills. Now you are waiting for the result with impatience. But is it all? It turns out that in order to make even a greater impression on the employer you should send him/her a “thank you letter”. By sending this kind of letter you show your worth and namely your professionalism, gratitude and confidence. Any employer will appreciate this action highly.

You should not delay sending your “thank you” letter. The best variant is to send it within 2-3 days of the interview. However you have to take into consideration the fact that in case if you were interviewed by several people you should not send a letter which is intended for all the interviewers. Try to thank each person separately. As to the stationary it is advisable to use plain, light-colored one, moreover it is desirable to write “thank you” letter by hand. These pieces of advice will be very helpful.

The content of the business letter is still business like that is why first of all you should include your return address. For instance:

48845 Brown Street

Los Angeles, CA 484

May, 15 2010

Tel: 373 3843


In the left margin the address of the reader and his/her name are put.

Brother’s White Corporation
Jack Jones
83478 Lindow Street
San Fransisco, CA 4954

The letter is opened with the usual greeting where the name of a definite person is included. Spell the name correctly:

Dear Mr. /Ms. Employer (Name)

In the first paragraph you should thank the employer for the interview. You may mention the date and the time when the meeting took place and also the position which is applied for. You should show the reader that you are displaying a great in interest in working at this company.

In the second paragraph remind the employer of your personal skills and qualifications. This paragraph must give a precise answer to the question why namely you should be hired.

The last paragraph should contain the words of gratitude aimed at the reader. You might include the sentence where you prove that you will become a valuable worker at this company. In the last sentences indicate a specific date when the employer may call you in order to let you know about the final result.

In the close include one of the phrases: Very truly yours, Sincerely or Cordially. When all is written and done sign your name. The signature must be followed by your full name. For example:

Michael Roberts

Now all you have to do is to wait for a phone call.