How to end a business email
There's many ways to end a business email. We take a look at the most important things to leave your business contacts with at the end of your emails.
Choose your signoff wisely
Don't be too informal with professional business clients and too formal with more laid-back clients. It might be best to change up your email signoff to suit the style of the business contact you are emailing.
Here's a few ideas to get you started:
Formal ways to end a business email
- Kind regards
- Best regards
- Yours sincerely
- Warm regards
- Warmest regards
- Many thanks
Informal ways to end a business email
- All the best
- Have a great day
- Thanks so much
- Have a good one (Australian)
- Talk soon
- Take care
Festive ways to end a business email
- Best wishes and a Happy New Year
- Happy Holidays
- May peace be with you and your family
Funny ways to end a business email
- Hope this helps!
- May the force be with you
- Hugs & Kisses
- Insert high 5 here
- Don't work too hard
Include your contact details
Use a HTML email signature to end your business emails with your contact details. It's a great way to provide your details in a non-intrusive way. Instead of having to inform each business client of your contact details in your email, an email signature automatically puts them at the end of the email for you, just like a digital business card. Should your client ever need to find this information, it's right at their fingertips in any email you have sent them.
If you don't send private information over the email, consider if you need a disclaimer at all. If you do need one, keep it as short as possible. Even write out a few lines, and then link to an online version.