Meeting Request Email Templates (For Almost Any Situation You Need)

Meeting Email Templates
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Yo what’s up fam?

There’s going to be one point in your life where you are going to probably need to send a meeting request email.

And it usually dawns on us that when we actually start typing that we really don’t know what to say…

And then we start getting nervous and our fingers get a lil’ shakey wondering what in the hell are we suppose to put in this email that could be life changing (or at least that’s what you are saying in your big ‘ol noggin of yours…)

And today, hopefully it is going to be my job that when you search on Google and click on this very page that I show you enough templates to at least give you inspiration on how to craft that perfect meeting request email template that comes to save the day.

So let’s get started below…

So when do you actually need a meeting email?

…Whenever you want to have a meeting with that person!

Sorry for the obvious answer but there are actually quite a number of reasons why you would want to meet or schedule a call with that person such as to…

  • Sell your product
  • Offer your services
  • Build a friendly relationship
  • Just say hi and be their secret admirer…

So depending on what your final goal is you should just take one of the email templates below and then customize it to your needs (it saves you time plus gives you some ideas on how to set up your emails.)

What Are Some Things I Should Keep In Mind For Any Email Requesting A Meeting?

Your email is going to be different depending on who you are sending it to and why your sending it.

For example, your email is going to be just a little bit different if you are trying to contact Mark Zuckerberg to build a friendly connection rather than trying to sell your product to a random business.

But here are some tips to keep in mind when typing out those emails…

  1. Craft A Juicy Subject Line (Along With The Preview Line)

The subject line is the most important element for any cold meeting email because it is the first thing that they see. Your preview line is the text next to your subject line that elaborates on your subject line.

Now the best subject lines have some sort of combination of…

  • Being clear
  • Showing your biggest benefit
  • And some sort of curious-inducing headline.

Usually the best headlines combine all 3 of the above.

2. Don’t Put Any Unnecessary Information In Your Body Copy (Make it sweet and simple with cherries on top…)

Your final goal should get a response from the other person. Ideally, that response should be a yes… 

BUT… think about it this way…

It takes more effort for them to send something than for them to ignore it!

When they send you something, it shows that they at least respect your time and email since they took the time to reply to it.

Plus, you don’t have to beat around the bush to figure out what’s going to happen and set up for your next email.

So every sentence that you write your body copy you should ask yourself “Is this sentence going to make them want to reply?

3. Show A Little Personality *wink wink*

Now of course, different businesses require different professionalism (think of JP Morgan vs your neighborhood ice cream store…) 

But another thing to think about is this…

  • How many emails do you think these top businesses receive on a daily basis?
  • And what human doesn’t like to read something that helps their business and is entertaining to read?

Just some things to keep in mind before writing these emails.

4. Add a P.S.

Everyone reads the P.S. If they are opening your email there is a 99% chance they are going to read the P.S. No joke.

Some people even skip to the P.S. after reading their name and go back to reading the rest of the email.

What I like to do with my P.S. is to add a little personality with a quick call to action (aka having a meeting via phone or person…)

I’d put in more effort into writing the P.S. than the actual body copy (but they are both still important.)

5. The Other Stuff

And this is the rest of the hoo-hah stuff that you should probably add like…

  • Your name
  • Your reason

And that’s it. All the other stuff like…

  • Propose the location
  • Check availability

are stuff that you should consider doing in your next email because we aren’t sure if they are even interested.

And it’s a whole lot easier to reply back than to agree to a meeting on a specific time and location.

These emails are designed to get the person to respond and set up a meeting via phone or in person.

Why Didn’t They Reply Back To My Email And What Should I Do?

1. Didn’t Get Your Email

Solution: Just send it again!

2. Didn’t See Your Email

If they are a chunky giant corporation they are probably receiving hundreds of emails like yours so it’s possible that they didn’t see yours when skimming through.

OR… They just haven’t checked their email inbox yet.

Solution: Send them a follow up a couple of days later (and maybe try a different subject line)

3. They ignored your email either by not opening it 

Solution: Make your subject line and preview line better by making it clearer with a benefit they truly want for their business.

4. They ignored your email by reading it and not responding

Solution: Send a follow-up a couple of days later asking for a response to see if they are interested.

Some Things To Consider When Writing Emails

  1. Save Your Emails

Sometimes (very rarely) you are going to get people who are going to say you have agreed to a different time and location so it’s pretty important to have a backlog of your emails.

It’s also pretty important to double-check the time and location and send them a heads-up that the schedule does work on the day of.

2. Track Whether Your Emails Get Opened Or Not

If you want to doubly make sure that your emails actually get opened you can check out https://hunter.io/mailtracker (I personally only tried the free version) which shows if the other person opened your email. It’s also a good way to check if your subject lines are worthy of being opened if you are cold-emailing frequently.

3. Referrals Are King

If you can get referred by someone in that same business then your chances of getting that email read has gone up by 400% because they trust someone they know rather than a random person sending an email.

4. Be Respectful

Professionalism is something that I like to view as showing respect to the person in our social etiquette. So show the dude (or lady) some respect!

5. Be flexible

They are taking time off to discuss about your product or service when meeting them. Make it worthwhile to them. But also be flexible since they are probably swamped with work. 

Let’s get started on some templates below…

The Super Basic Traditional Emails 

These are the boring emails that you are going to see everywhere in job fairs and searching through Google. They do work but I personally don’t think it’s that effective unless your business requires very strict, choke-inducing professionalism (just think of those stereotypical corporations.)

It’s also the culture too if you are job-seeking (which you can tell by the type of language that is used when writing resumes).

I am also giving a rating from a 1 star to a 10 star to give my own personal feelings on how I feel about these emails and how effective they would be in my humble opinion…

The Traditional Email No One Wants To Reply Back

  • Rating: *
  • Subject line 1: I would like a meeting with you
  • Subject line 2: Are you interested in [topic]?
  • Subject line 3: Would you like to do business?
  • Subject line 4: Do you have time for a meeting?
  • Subject line 5: Discussion about [topic]?

To Whom This May Concern,

I am writing to request a meeting with you to discuss [topic]. Please tell me your available dates and timings and I will adjust accordingly.

I appreciate your consideration and hope to meet you soon. Thank you for your time.

Best Regards

[Your Name]

My Review

Here’s a template on what not to send out unless you are talking to a king of some country.

It’s cold, it’s impersonal, and makes you seem like a clone of Generic Corporation XYZ.

Slightly Better Traditional Email To Locate The Person In Charge

  • Rating: **
  • Subject line 1: Hey [First Name]
  • Subject line 2: Referred By [Name of referral]
  • Subject line 3: Are you interested in [topic]?
  • Subject line 4: Do you know where I can find [person you are looking for]?
  • Subject line 5: Where is [person]?

Dear [First Name]

My name is [Your First name] and I am from [company name] which is a [describe your business].

I am trying to locate someone from the [whoever you are trying to look for] to meet and discuss [topic].

I would appreciate it if you could point me in the right direction by providing the name and contact details of the most suitable person.

Thank you very much for your time.

Best Regards

[First Name]

My Review

This is better than the first email because at least you sound a little more human. 

The reason why I don’t like this email is that it starts off talking about yourself instead of what you can do for them.

It also sounds somewhat selfish since you are asking for a favor and is not showing how it could benefit their business. Personally, I would ignore this email unless it was a bigshot company like Coca-Cola.

A Formal Email  While Inviting Them For A Lunch Date 

  • Rating: ***
  • Subject line 1: Would you like to grab lunch at [place]
  • Subject line 2: Would you like to discuss [topic] over lunch?
  • Subject line 3: Friendly chat on [topic] lunch is on me!
  • Subject line 4: Are you interested in chatting about [topic] over a meal?
  • Subject line 5: Free Lunch + Business Talk = Us?

Dear [Recipient Name],

My name is [Your Name] and I am contacting you on behalf of [Company]

Please accept my invitation to a friendly lunch to discuss [ with whatever you want]. Should you decide to honor me with your presence, please meet me at [time and location of the place]. If you prefer that we meet at a different date or time, then please share your availability and I am more than willing to adjust.

Best Regards

[Name]

My Review

Okay, we are getting to places now. Now you are offering something (a free lunch) to get them a little more interested in whatever you have to say.

The only problem with this is that we don’t even know if he’s even interested or has the time to have lunch at whatever place you are mentioning.

It’s much better to ask it as an afterthought (like your P.S.) if they are down to visit writing something like…

P.S. If you’re interested we can meet up at XYZ. Don’t worry lunch is on me!” or something like that.

A Friendlier Version Of The Basic Template To Go On Coffee Dates

  • Rating: ****
  • Subject line 1: Would you like to grab lunch at [place]
  • Subject line 2: Would you like to discuss [topic] over lunch?
  • Subject line 3: Friendly chat on [topic] lunch is on me!
  • Subject line 4: Business + Lunch meet = Us?
  • Subject line 5: Hey mind if I pick your brains out for 15 minutes over free lunch?

Hey [first name],

I’m [Your name], and I’m a [description of yourself]. I’m reaching out to you because of [the reason for the meeting]. I’d love to learn more about [around two or three things you want to learn from the person]

I’m sure you are probably busy, so even 15 minutes would be appreciated.

Thanks so much,

[Your name]

My Review

I’m getting excited because now you finally sound human! There are some things to fix like writing something that you two have in common (may need to do some research) and how it would benefit them but overall it’s a big leap in improvement!

Meeting Someone When You Are From School For Some Feedback

  • Rating: ****
  • Subject line 1: May I Pick Out Your Brains For My School Project?
  • Subject line 2: Would you like to discuss [topic] over lunch?
  • Subject line 3: Friendly chat on [topic] lunch is on me!
  • Subject line 4: Your favorite topic + Lunch meet = Us?
  • Subject line 5: 30 Minutes to talk with a student about [topic].

Hi [FIRST NAME],

My name is [your name] and I’m a [year] student at [school] studying [program].

I am contacting you because I would like to get your feedback on an idea I have had about [the topic].

I am required to get feedback from an expert before I submit my application. I’m reaching out to you because [the reason you chose this person]. I believe you would be able to provide valuable feedback for my idea.

Would you be available for a 30-minute coffee or phone call in the next 2 weeks, please?

I understand you must be busy, to confirm that you wouldn’t need to prepare anything for the meeting. I would really value the opportunity to share my idea in more detail and get your thoughts.

Thank you in advance,

[YOUR NAME]

My Review

Although I have shown my disdain for being upright and formal it is also part of the social culture when you are in school that requires this type of formality.

I think this email is decent and would get you a response if you are in school looking to discuss something with a professor or expert in your field.

Plus, many people would be excited to talk with a student who is excited about a job they would love.

Selling Your Product Or Service Section

This is what many people would like to set up meetings for is because you want to introduce that business with some sort of product or service that you are selling. So let’s get started!

The Standard Meeting Template If You Aren’t Sure What To Send

  • Rating: *** ** 
  • Subject line 1: Would you be interested in [your service]
  • Subject line 2: [the biggest benefit of your product]
  • Subject line 3: A very quick chat on how to improve your business
  • Subject line 4: I saw that your [find a problem and a solution you can solve]
  • Subject line 5: Interested in [topic]?

Dear [Name of the person],

Our company, [the name of your company] would like to request a meeting with you to discuss the services that we can offer to you.

[Details of service]

Please contact me if you are interested so that we can arrange a meeting.

Best regards,

[Name + Email]

My Review

It’s alright.

I like how it’s sweet and simple but it just feels a bit impersonal. The first sentence doesn’t have a reason why they should care about your business and there is no P.S.

Another Standard Meeting Template If You Aren’t Sure What To Send After Meeting With Them Once

  • Rating: *** *** 
  • Subject line 1: Would you be interested in [your service]
  • Subject line 2: [the biggest benefit of your product]
  • Subject line 3: A very quick chat on how to improve your business
  • Subject line 4: I saw that you’re [find a problem and a solution you can solve]
  • Subject line 5: Interested in [topic]?

Dear [Name],

I am writing about [if you had a meeting with the company already whatever you talked about there]. Our company has an impressive portfolio with success stories of products quite similar to yours and we would be glad to set up a meeting where we can discuss the matter further.

Does this interest you?

Kindly let me know so that we can set up a date and time that suits your schedule.

[Your Name]

My Review

This one is better since it does show that you are human along with some professionalism. 

Giving Them Those Well-Deserving Compliments Schedule Strategy

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: It’s awesome how you [something they did]
  • Subject line 2: I’m also doing [something they did] for my business too and it works!
  • Subject line 3: I became your secret admirer after you did [thing they did]
  • Subject line 4: I saw that your [find a problem and a solution you can solve]
  • Subject line 5: Interested in [topic]?

Wowzers. It’s awesome to connect with a marketing legend!

Hey [First Name],

I just have to say this… I think you’ve done an amazing job at [company] by improving [what they improved].

I think you can actually [what they want] with [your services] but I already know that your time is super precious and wouldn’t take it away unless I knew this would actually help you – Can I steal a bit of your time to have a 14 minute phone call at [the time] PST tomorrow?

Thanks

[Your Name]

Being Pretty Cas’ Yet Also Helpful At The Same Time

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: Hey [Name] did you need help with [topic]?
  • Subject line 2: You + Me = Both making money?
  • Subject line 3: I saw your website needed help with [topic].
  • Subject line 4: Want to set up a super quick meeting?
  • Subject line 5: I can help you [a problem they have]

Hey [Your Name]!

Mind if we hop on a (strictly timed) 15-minute call tomorrow?

I’d love to:

  •  [Bullet #1 Of How You Can Help]
  •  [Bullet #2 Of How You Can Help]
  •  [Bullet #3 Of How You Can Help]

Does [Time] on [Date] sound good?

Talk soon,

[Your Name]

My Review

I personally really like this one. It’s quick and straight to the point of how I can help them.

I would send this email if I knew they were incredibly busy since I am highlighting ways I can help him in a very quick meeting.

Traditional

  • Rating: *** *** **
  • Subject line 1: Hope you are doing well!
  • Subject line 2: Referred by [Trusted colleague]
  • Subject line 3: I can help you with [biggest benefit]
  • Subject line 4: I saw that your [find a problem and a solution you can solve]
  • Subject line 5: Available for a quick call (I promise it’ll be worth it!)

Hey [First Name],

I hope you’re doing well! 

Your [trusted colleague] recommended me to you to talk about if you needed help with [problem they are facing.]

I work at [Name of company] and I have a new software that can [your biggest benefit].

I know that [the product] will be able to help your [Name Of Company] Are you available for a quick call [Time]?

Cheers,

[Your Name]

My Review

If you are able to get a recommendation from someone that person trusts then it will be 10x easier to get the person to read your email and take it seriously.

Because we crossed the zone of “random stranger with a product that might work’ to “someone trusted that says the product can help you” and you become much more credible in his eyes.

Your Typical Personalized Email

  • Rating: *** *** 
  • Subject line 1: I noticed that your business did [something they did]
  • Subject line 2: I’m also in your [targeted industry]
  • Subject line 3: Did you need help guiding customers with [problem they have]
  • Subject line 4: Down for a quick call?
  • Subject line 5: Thought your business might need help

[First Name],

Hey I recently noticed that you’ve [insert something the company has done] and thought that was awesome!

When that happens usually [problems they face] become an issue and thought you might need help in finding out how we were able to show other businesses [how to solve that solution].

If you’d like to learn more, let’s set up a quick call. How does [Time Options] look on your calendar?

-[Name]

P.S. If you’re not the right person to speak with, who do you recommend I talk to?

My Review

I really like the first sentence of this template since it shows you took the time to research their business but it doesn’t really have that impact on me.

Brag A Little Bit About Yourself Strategically

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: Aren’t I so amazing (praise me more)
  • Subject line 2: I’m so awesome I can help you with [topic]
  • Subject line 3: Worked with fortune 500 companies and can help you too!
  • Subject line 4: Need help with [problem they are facing]?
  • Subject line 5: I can help you Love, [Name].

Hi [First Name],

My name is [Name] and I’m with [Company Name] [one sentence about the company explaining what you do.] We’ve worked with neighborhood businesses to Fortune 100 companies like [Show it off baby].

We move quickly and if we don’t think we can kick butt for you, we’ll be upfront about it.

Are you free for a chat [Time Options] about [topic]?

-[Name]

My Review

Yeah I like this one if you have the testimonials to back it up (since everyone likes social proof).

I would add a little bit more ways to show how I can benefit their company but I think this email works really well.

Offer some of that much needed help

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: I saw you are having problems with…
  • Subject line 2: I’m also in [same place]
  • Subject line 3: I saw your website had these problems…
  • Subject line 4: Need help with [problem]?
  • Subject line 5: I can [biggest benefit]

Hi,

I’ve seen from your website that you’re [problems].

I’m the [title of company] and I help with [what your biggest benefit is]

Do you think it could help [Company]? If so, happy to tell you how (here’s my calendar) / show you a demo (we’re in SF too).

[Name]

[Email]

My Review

I think you can tell I like emails that are sweet and simple to the point with no extra fluff at this point.

Casual meeting after meeting someone in person

  • Rating: *** *** ***
  • Subject line 1: Remember me from…
  • Subject line 2: I’m [name] that you met at [place]
  • Subject line 3: Did you still need help with [problem]
  • Subject line 4: Need help with [problem]?
  • Subject line 5: Hopefully you remember me!

Hey [Name]! 

We met at [Where you guys met]

Sounds like you were interested in some of the copywriting services I offered.

Wanna setup a quick meeting to see how I can help you?

Let me know if your interested.

Cheers,

[Name]

P.S. When I say 15 minutes, I actually mean 15 minutes. I totally respect your time 🙂

My Review

If you met someone then for some magical reason they are going to take your email much more seriously and you don’t have to worry much about proving yourself.

A Cold Website Visit And Helping Them

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: I saw you are having problems with…
  • Subject line 2: I’m also in [same place]
  • Subject line 3: I saw your website had these problems…
  • Subject line 4: Need help with [problem]?
  • Subject line 5: I can [biggest benefit]

Hi [Name],

I noticed [Issue] on your site, when I was using it for [a reason why you were using his website].

I’ve done this for other people and I think I could help. I have some free time coming up next week – here’s a link to my scheduler: [a calendar link]

Best,

[Name]

[Website]

My Review

Yeah… it works. It doesn’t have that mojo but it works.

Brutal honesty

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: I saw you are having problems with…
  • Subject line 2: My company provides [benefit]
  • Subject line 3: want a quick chat?
  • Subject line 4: I can help you with [pain point]
  • Subject line 5: I know that you [pain point]

Hey [First Name],

I know that you [Pain Point] (I’m not a stalker I promise!)

It turns out, I can [Solution]. One of my clients even [Result].

Would you be interested in hopping on a quick 15-minute call to learn more?

If so, click here to schedule a call.

If not, no worries. Just reply with “Dude I ain’t interested.”

Looking forward to your response!

[Name]

My Review

Ehh, I don’t really like this one to be honest. I just wouldn’t take it seriously if I got this email even if they can help me.

Give them that free stuff

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: I can give you a [what you are bribing them with]
  • Subject line 2: Need more leads?
  • Subject line 3: I saw your website had these problems…
  • Subject line 4: Need help with [problem]?
  • Subject line 5: I can [biggest benefit]

Hi [First Name],

I wanted to show you how we’ve been getting more leads for companies in the [Industry] space. Can we jump on a 15-minute call on Wednesday?

Let me know what time is good for you:

[calendar link]

Sincerely,

[Name]

P.S. Reply with your address and I’ll send you a $10 gift certificate for Philz (my last client gave me too much and I don’t even drink coffee)!

My Review

Just don’t send this one. I know I put it on here but I don’t like the vibe you give off here because it shows that you need to bribe them to get them to take you seriously (which devalues you in their eyes.)

I’ve checked [Company Name] and I believe we have the same target market which is Shopify, so I thought this cooperation can be beneficial for both of us.

I would really appreciate a 15 minute call with you to share further details. I believe it will be huge for both of us.

How To Write A Follow up email if they didn’t reply Offering Your Services

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Hey {first name},

Just wondering if you got my email on {topic}.

Let me know if you are interested by replying back.

Cheers,

{First name}

P.S. {Anything that is helpful or would be entertaining to the reader}

Review

Quick and dirty. Just sending them a friendly email to see if they got your previous email. What happens is that they usually see your email but they got it at a bad time and just forgot to respond to it, so after a week or so you are just sending the ma friendly reminder about your meeting.

Miscellaneous

Meeting Request Emails For Colleagues On The Same Project

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  • Subject line 1: Loved working together with you…
  • Subject line 2: Mind if I take some time to discuss [project]
  • Subject line 3: do you have time for a quick meeting?
  • Subject line 4: Hey awesome work you did with [project]
  • Subject line 5: Want to discuss [project]?

Dear [colleague’s name],

Working together with you on [project name] has been an awesome experience. 

If you don’t mind, can I take some time to discuss our previous project and some problems we might encounter in the future (so we don’t have that problem last time…)

If you could join the rest of the team at [date and time] that would be awesome!

I look forward to discussing the project with you.

[your name]

My Review

Yeah I like this. Everyone likes compliments 🙂

Checking Progress On Colleague

  • Rating: *** *** *
  • Subject line 1: Awesome work you’ve been doing?
  • Subject line 2: Are you having any trouble with [project]?
  • Subject line 3: Mind for a quick meeting to discuss [project]?
  • Subject line 4: Great progress your making on [project]
  • Subject line 5: Great Job!

Hey [Name],

Just saying that you have done an amazing job on [the project] and I am delighted by your progress. Do you have some time to set up a quick meeting to discuss [the project] and also bring [any materials that may be needed.]

Does [time and date] work for you?

Cheers,

[Your Name]

My Review

Sometimes you just gotta check on their progress and make sure they are heading on the right path…

How To Write An Email Meeting For Your Team

  • Rating: *** *** ***
  • Subject line 1: Let’s set up a meeting!
  • Subject line 2: Are you having any trouble with [project]?
  • Subject line 3: Mind for a quick meeting to discuss [project]?
  • Subject line 4: Great progress your making on [project]
  • Subject line 5: Great Job!

Hey {Team},

Hope you are having a great weekend! Just wanted to send you an email that we are going to have a meeting at XYZ to discuss on [blah blah blah] Hope to meet you there!

Cheers,

[First name]

P.S. I know our meetings lately have been pretty long but I promise you this will only 15 minutes. Pinky promise!

Review

Here’s how I would write an email meeting for my team. All you really need to talk about is…

  • Where the meeting is
  • What time the meeting is
  • And when the meeting is…

Everything else was just my personality flavored in.

Emails For Reporting To Boss

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  • Subject line 1: I have completed [task]
  • Subject line 2: Would you like to discuss [topic]
  • Subject line 3: want to discuss [project]
  • Subject line 4: Hey Mr. Boss I finished [project]
  • Subject line 5: I’m done with [project]

Dear Mr. Boss,

I have completed of {whatever task you were working on} and I would like to discuss our current progress as well as the next steps for our project. Let me know a suitable time and place that works for you.

Kind Regards,

{Your Name}

My Review

Gotta let the big boi in charge know what’s up!

Email To Employer After Successful Event

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  • Subject line 1: Just checking up on you
  • Subject line 2: A successful event!
  • Subject line 3: Happy we worked together on this
  • Subject line 4: The people were amazed…
  • Subject line 5: Great Job out there!

Hey {Name},

I just wanted to touch base with you and wanted to let you know that many people were pleased about this event. If you would like to create something similar in the future please feel free to contact me again and I will be happy to discuss it with you.

Cheers,

{Your Name}

My Review

And sometimes you gotta let the person who employed you just know how amazing you are for setting this event up!

Meeting On Behalf Of My Boss For A New Product

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  • Subject line 1:Would you like to meet [person in charge]?
  • Subject line 2: We are interested in [product].
  • Subject line 3: Mind for a quick meeting to discuss [project]?
  • Subject line 4: Great progress your making on [project]
  • Subject line 5: Great Job!

Hey [Name],

After discussing with my boss we believe that your product may benefit our company and is currently free on {The date he is free.} Would this time schedule work for you?

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

My Review

Just give a heads up to your boss and double check to make sure his time aligns with the appointment.

Meeting Request For Newly Joined Manager

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  • Subject line 1:Hey [Name]!
  • Subject line 2: Welcome to [company]
  • Subject line 3: Mind for a quick meeting to discuss [topic]?
  • Subject line 4: Let me show you the ropes!
  • Subject line 5: Hey friend!

Hey [Name],

Since you are still new to our company I just wanted to give you a big, warm welcome to our company! I know how hard it is learning the ropes for the first time and would like to help you get used to our job quickly. 

Do you have some free time available so I can show you around?

Cheers,

[Your Name]

My Review

Just send out an email that asks if he has some free time to learn his job. I am sure he would be more than wiling to since he also probably wants to do well in his job.

How To Write An Email To Request A Meeting Based On An Invitation From A Marketing Manager

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  • Subject line 1:Would you like to meet [person in charge]?
  • Subject line 2: We are interested in [product].
  • Subject line 3: Mind for a quick meeting to discuss [project]?
  • Subject line 4: Great progress your making on [project]
  • Subject line 5: Great Job!

Hello [Name of Marketing Manager]

I have received your invitation and I would be happy to have a meeting to discuss about [topic.] Would [time and location] be suitable for you? Let me know if you have any suggestions.

Kind regards,

[Name]

My Review

You don’t really have to make things complicated depending on the type of email you are sending out. Just making it short and simple is usually the best option for a lot of these types of emails.

Conclusion

So there you have it.

I went through many of the foundational stuff that pretty much every meeting email request template should have (just like the P.S.).

I also gave you tons and tons of templates from selling your services, to scheduling a meeting as a student, to even sending emails for random specific events like an email to your employer after a successful event.

What you can do now is mix and match many of the subject lines and templates I gave you to give you the best chance to have that email be able to schedule a call with a meeting.

Which email template did you enjoy the most? Let me know in the comments below!.

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Anthony Nebel

Anthony Nebel is a full-time freelancer and copywriting expert. Join Anthony here on AnthonyNebel.com to learn how to make more sales with your website. Anthony has managed email marketing, web design, as well as copywriting for local business owners wanting to make more sales.

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