Virtual Meeting Invitation

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How do you confirm a virtual meeting online?

In business, it’s always important to communicate in a professional manner to your customers. This file will help you establish confidence with your customers. 

Some rules when setting up a virtual meeting online:

  • Consider the timezones when setting up the meeting;
  • Check the availability of key people;
  • Keep your invitation letter brief and simple, highlight the date and time;
  • Send a reminder in time;
  • Explain the agenda, and ask for input;
  • Keep your tone optimistic and enthusiastic;
  • Repeat the important details of the meeting, such as time, date and place;
  • Confirm to the recipients that you will be there;
  • Thank the invited persons for participating and to make time.

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