Event Invitation



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How do I make professional or effective invitations? How to connect to a stranger in an informal way that has an attractive profile to connect with? Do you need a Brief invitation to invite a new connection to a free network event via LinkedIn?

We provide a perfect invitation message to new or existing business connections for an event that fits your needs! The way you present yourself on social networks is important and if you do it right, it's a very easy way to connect with new potential partners, clients, etc.

Communicating in a professional manner will get you respect and will bring you further in life and business. Besides, working with such a nice invitation template, you will see it gives you more success on the topics that really matter!

Don't reinvent the wheel if you need an invitation. There are many rules to follow when writing a formal Invitation Letter. These are the essential rules to follow, include:

  • Name of the invitee(s);
  • Title and description of the event;
  • Venue, address, and how to get there;
  • Hosts, sponsors/organizers, partners, and stakeholders;
  • Time and date it will take place;
  • Dress code;
  • Contact details;
  • RSVP deadline.


  • Dear {{Name}}, Hey {{Name person you contact}},
  • Random question… 
  • Are you going to {{Event/Expo}} in {{Location Event/Expo}} next week?  
  • I figured you might be going since it's an {{Relevant Topic}} show. 
  • I am getting a group together for {{Day and Date}} in the evening to network and hang out and eat if you are also interested...
  • Please feel free to contact me directly. 
  • I hope you are able to accept this invitation.
  • Yours Sincerely,


  • Dear {{Name}},
  • It is with great pleasure that I write to invite you to the launch of the {{Project}} on {{Date}}. We offer a new focus for {{Mission}}. 
  • The launch will be marked by a lecture entitled {{topic lecture}}, to be given by {{Name lecturer}}, {{Job Title}}. 
  • The launch and lecture, which are kindly sponsored by {{Organization}}, will be run in partnership with the {{Organization}}’s highly-acclaimed {{Project}}.
  • The evening will commence with a private drinks’ reception from {{starting time}}, followed by the lecture at {{##}}, with ample time being given for Q&A and discussion during the formal proceedings.
  • Additional information about the event, together with details about how to get to the venue at the {{Location}}, are enclosed. 
  • I would be extremely grateful if you could R.S.V.P by no later than {{RSVP Date}} to {{email}} or {{phone}}. 
  • Please advise us of any special mobility or dietary requirements you may have.
  • I hope you are able to accept this invitation and I look forward to hearing from you.
  • Yours Sincerely,

Instead, we provide this standardized Invitation template with text and formatting as a starting point to help professionalize the way you are working. Our private, business, and legal document templates are regularly screened by professionals. If time or quality is of the essence, this ready-made template can help you to save time and to focus on the topics that really matter!

Finding new people to connect with for an event is very easy if you use this message template. Connecting with potential friends, customers, etc has never been easier!

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