Business: Formal Introduction

 
 

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Good morning, I don't think we have met.
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown.
 
Pleased to meet you Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
How do you do, Mrs. Peters?
 
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself?
Good as well. What company are you working for?
 
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Seattle.
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.
 
No, not yet.
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business.
 
Sounds good.
 

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  •  Pleased to  
      you Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
     
 
 
 
  •  How do you  
     , Mrs. Peters?
     
 
 
 
 
  •  I'm doing quite  
     . How about yourself?
     
 
 
 
  •  Good as  
     . What company are you working for?
     
 
 
 
 
 

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I'm responsible for sales and shipping.
He takes care of the garden department.
I'm in charge of a small local company.
It's a pleasure to meet you.
I would like to introduce myself.
I'm currently working on a new project.
Do you have a business card?
It has been really interesting talking to you.
I'm responsible for sales and shipping.
 
He takes care of the garden department.
 
I'm in charge of a small local company.
 
It's a pleasure to meet you.
 
I would like to introduce myself.
 
I'm currently working on a new project.
 
Do you have a business card?
 
It has been really interesting talking to you.
 
 
 

Cultural Notes

Shaking hands and eye contact are important parts of greeting and meeting new colleagues.
 

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Good morning, I don't think we have met.
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown.
 
Pleased to meet you Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
How do you do, Mrs. Peters?
 
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself?
Good as well. What company are you working for?
 
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Seattle.
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.
 
No, not yet.
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business.
 
Sounds good.
 
Good morning, I don't think we have met.
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown.
 
Pleased to meet you Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
How do you do, Mrs. Peters?
 
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself?
Good as well. What company are you working for?
 
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Seattle.
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.
 
No, not yet.
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business.
 
Sounds good.
 
 
 

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