Congratulations Email Message for a New Business

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Here are congratulations message examples you can send via email to someone who has started a new business.

New Business Congratulations Email Message Example 1

Subject line: Congratulations!

Dear Max,

Congratulations on opening your own firm. Max's Accounting Services is sure to be a success with your down-to-earth manner, and sharp skills.

Your client base is dedicated and is sure to grow as you become even more well known for your abilities.

If there is anything I can do to help, please let me know.

Sincerely,

Ruby

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  • Social media handles/website

New Business Congratulations Email Message Example 2

Subject line: Congratulations!

Dear Mabel,

Congratulations on opening your restaurant. Mabel's Quick Lunch is a great addition to the neighborhood and your menu is sure to please hungry diners.

People who enjoyed your cooking at your last establishment will be sure to become regulars as word gets out about your new restaurant.

I'll be following you on social media and I'm happy to get the word out about your grand opening. Let me know of any hashtags or social media handles you would like to see promoted for upcoming events.

If there is any way I can help in the success of your new business, please let me know.

Sincerely,

Rex

  • Email address
  • Phone
  • Social media handles/website

Why You Should Send Congratulations for Opening a New Business

Besides simple courtesy, congratulating a new business can bring you bonuses. If you are seeking a job or clients, a new business means new opportunities.

If you provide services they are likely to need, it pays to get your name and contact info into their hands.

Include your email address, phone, website, and social media handles in your message to make it easy to contact you.

If you had applied for a job with the company before they opened but didn't get hired, this note will keep you in mind in case of openings.

 While they may have filled their initial positions, they may realize they don't have the right mix or there may be some early departures.

Your well-wishes will show you support their operation and will put you in good stead for future opportunities. Be a supporter in getting out the word about their launch or grand opening. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other platforms. Note the hashtags and handles used and repost them.

Even if you don't get their business or aren't hired, your support may lead to more leads on jobs or clients.

Please Note: This sample is provided for guidance only. The provided information, including samples and examples, is not guaranteed for accuracy or legality. Letters and other correspondence should be edited to fit your personal situation.