Hi there,How can I ask politely my boss to can send me a sample of our products to show a potential customer.I spoke to my boss and he said he would call me back in 30 min and it's been more 3 hours now, so i would like to send him a reminder because i need those samples urgently.
Hi, My name is XXXXX XXXXX X am your Etiquette Expert.Thanks for your question. Suggest the following:Hi [name of your boss], Thanks for agreeing to send me the samples. I think that [the name of the potential customer] is going to be very excited when they see them. I'd like to get them to them quickly so if there is anything I can do to obtain the samples please let me know. Thanks [ your name]---------It's possible your boss has got sidetracked on something or has asked some one on their team to send you the samples. Either way this should help to follow up and send the samples.Good luck with this. If you have any related questions I would be happy to answer them for you.
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He actually said that he will make a few internal calls to get the samples and come back to me.
So i would like to ask him if he's actually gonna send me the samples or is there any issue with this.
Hi, Thanks for the clarification. In which case I would change the earlier draft to:Hi [name of your boss], Thanks for agreeing to send me the samples. I think that [the name of the potential customer] is going to be very excited when they see them. I would like to advise the potential customer when we will be sending him the samples so I wanted to check in with you to ensure that you are able to send them to me before doing so. Please let me know as soon as son as possible is=f there are any issues with sending me the samples so I can get back to the customer. Thanks [ your name].I think this draft incorporates your clarification.
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