Sample invitation letter to chief guest for keynote speech in dinner, ceremony, inauguration ceremony etc.
Invitation Letter for Keynote Speaker
John Mark, Nestle Head Office US
With all my due respect, I would like to invite you at the opening ceremony of our new factory inauguration as a guest speaker. We are really inspired by you; you have been a great example for our society. You have a vast knowledge in your field. I want you to deliver an inspirational message to our employees and give them what you have given to your employees and country really needs people like you. Looking forward to your arrival eagerly. Thanks.
HOD Media department, MX firm, US
Invitation Letter for Keynote Speech
Respected Mr. Adams!
Hope you find this letter in good health. Sir on the behalf of California institute of management society we would like to invite you to our annual business seminar where you will be the keynote speaker. As this seminar is especially conducted for students who will graduate this year in business management degree and will enter the corporate so listening to you about your early on experiences and the hard work you did to become a business tycoon will be of great importance to them.
You can tell them about the dos and don’ts in this field and what characteristics should they develop early on to become a successful businessman. We would like it if you can give us a reply within a week for us to make the required preparations. Hope to hear back from you soon.
Invitation letter for Speech in Annual Dinner
Mr. Smith Mark, Manager Nestle
With due respect I am writing this letter to invite you at our company’s annual dinner. Sir we shall be really thankful to you if you will join us and give a motivational speech to our colleagues as you are a perfect example for all of us. Sir I would like to mention about the dress code, for males it is black 2 piece suit and for the ladies it is formal gowns. We are looking forward to your arrival. Thanks
Mr. John Harrison,
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