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    Looking for business appreciation letter?  As you all know a letter is a way to express one’s thought to other person in written format. It establishes a communicating link between two people at different location.

    Among the numerous letter formats, this article focuses on business appreciation letter. A business appreciation letter is a symbol of showing gratitude or courtesy to the person who has helped or supported you.

    Hence sometimes it is also referred as ‘letter of gratitude’ or ‘thank you letter’. It is usually written to leave a good impression on the reader’s mind.

    A business appreciation letter should be professional but it should signify kind gesture. It must be written in polite tone and must not be lengthy. An appreciation letter can be written for many circumstances. Some common circumstances are:

    • A thank you letter by the candidate after the interview to the employer.
    • To appreciate the person for their assistance.
    • Showing appreciation to the customer on buying a product/service.
    • Thanking the speaker for the board meeting presentation.
    • To appreciate the volunteer social service workers for their outstanding contribution.
    • Thanking letter to the employee for excellent performance.


    Here’s a sample business appreciation letter by the employee to the employer after the job/interview.

    How To Write A Business Appreciation Letter

    (Sender Name)
    (Sender Street Address)
    (City, State, Zip Code)


    (Recipient Name)
    (Recipient Title/Position)
    (Company Name)
    (Street Address)
    (City, State, Zip Code)

    Dear (Name),

    [In the first paragraph] First of all thank the person for showing his support. Show a kind gesture through your polite words to leave a positive impression about you. Show your enthusiasm for the post.

    [In the second paragraph] Share your experience during the interview session. Clearly specify your skills and qualification so that the reader will know you better. Don’t use any false statement to enhance your image.

    And lastly include your regards and gratitude. Assure the reader that you will be an asset to the company and he will not regret hiring you.

    Yours Sincerely,