“I would like to request a meeting with you to discuss <topics>. Are you available next week?”
- Introduce yourself first. There’s nothing more annoying than someone who launches straight into a pitch or request without even giving you the courtesy of sharing their name.
- Be clear and specific about what you want to meet about - what do you want to learn/achieve?
- What can you offer them? What’s in it for them to meet with you?
- Nail down the logistics:
- Where or how are you meeting (Zoom or in person)
- When (date/time) - don’t forget to consider timezones
- Hi <Name>, it was great to meet you at <event or location>.
- I enjoyed hearing about <recall specific aspects from your conversation if possible> and would like to continue our conversation.
- Would you be open to grabbing a coffee to chat more about <name>? My treat!
- Hi There, our mutual <friend/acquaintance>, <Name>, suggested I reach out to you. <Explain why you want to make the connection, e.g., “to learn more about the game-changing work the agency is doing in the biotech space”>.
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