An email about a business event-CEFR

Learn how to write an email about a business event.

Are you a pre-intermediate (CEFR level A2) English learner? This section provides writing practise to assist you in creating short, simple texts, notes, and messages. Messages, forum posts, personal profiles, forms, and emails are all examples of text. 

How to write?
  • To make your email more formal, begin it with Dear. Hello is a casual greeting. 
  • Give the context right away, for example. Thank you for... or As you are aware,... 
  • Make sure you explain why the event is important to your company: 
  • I've made some new contacts that will benefit our business. 
  • ... were particularly intriguing to us. 
  • ... along with some ideas for how we can use it. 
  • Keep your email brief. If you have more to say, please include an attachment: 
  • I've attached... 
  • You can conclude by offering more information: If you're interested, I'd be happy to discuss the report further. 
  • You may conclude with Best wishes


To: Jonas schrochev

From: Nina parker

Subject: Report on Lumous content

Dear Jonas,

Thank you for allowing me to attend the Lumos conference in London last week. As you are aware, it is the largest technology conference in the country and is critical to our work. 

I learned a lot and made some new contacts that will be beneficial to our company. I believe we should also try to attend the 'Innovation Day' in April. 

I concentrated on robotics discussions because that is our most exciting area right now. We were particularly interested in the presentations on robot 'hands' and hospital robots. I've attached a detailed report on this new research, along with some ideas for how we can use it. 

Thank you once more for this opportunity. I'd be delighted to talk about the report.

Best regards,



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