Cold Emailing

100 Better Alternatives To “Looking Forward To Do Business With You”

lemlist team
LAST UPDATED
March 7, 2024
READING TIME
7 min.

Your email sign-off is your chance to leave a lasting impression - make it memorable! Ending your emails with the old “Looking forward to doing business with you” is not doing you any favors. 

It’s overused, lacks personalization, and doesn’t communicate your intention of moving forward.

Let’s change it to a more dynamic sign-off.

100 Alternatives To “Looking Forward To Do Business With You”

A . Expressing Anticipation


  1. "Eager to work together,"
  2. "Can’t wait to start this business together,"
  3. "Anticipating a fruitful collaboration ahead,"
  4. "Thrilled at the opportunity to partner with you,"
  5. "Ready to see our partnership succeed,"
  6. "Excited about our future endeavors,"
  7. "Ready to dive into this,"
  8. "Eager to undertake this project with you,"
  9. "Optimistic about our future results,"
  10. "Thrilled to partner with you."

When to Use:  Ideal for follow-up emails where you want to express your enthusiasm about the possibility of working together and keep the conversation engaging.

  • Choose energetic words like “eager”, “excited” and “thrilled”.
  • Mix positivity with professionalism.

B. Encouraging a Response

  1. "I would like to know your thoughts on our potential collaboration,"
  2. "Hope to receive your feedback on moving forward together,"
  3. "Looking forward to your reply and starting our business journey,"
  4. "Excited to discuss the next steps in our potential partnership,"
  5. "Waiting for your feedback on how we can succeed together,"
  6. "I’d love to hear your thoughts on this proposal,"
  7. "Waiting for your thoughts on this business proposal,"
  8. "Looking forward to seeing your perspective,"
  9. "Let me know your perspective on our future endeavors,"
  10. "Let’s explore our business possibilities."

When to Use: Ideal for follow-up emails where you’ve presented your proposal to your future partner or client and you want to get feedback on your ideas.

  • Showcase that you value their opinion - “I’ld love to hear your thoughts.”
  • Encourage ongoing communication.

C. Indicating Flexibility

  1. ""Ready to meet your expectations."
  2. "Excited to align with your business goals."
  3. "Eager to find the best fit for our collaboration."
  4. "Let me know how I can fit your schedule and needs."
  5. "Open to your ideas for our potential partnership."
  6. "Keep me updated on what works best for you."
  7. "Willing to adjust my strategy to match your business objectives."
  8. "Ready to move forward at your earliest convenience."
  9. "Looking to build a tailored business relationship."
  10. "How can I customize my proposal for you?"

When to Use: Ideal when you want to showcase to your recipient that you’re willing to adapt and tailor service or proposals according to their needs or objectives.

  • Demonstrate a partner-focused mindset
  • Show excitement to make this work for both of you. 

D. Informal and Friendly

  1. "Can't wait to start on this together!"
  2. "Super excited to team up!"
  3. "Looking forward to some awesome work together."
  4. "Ready to rock this project with you!"
  5. "Can’t wait to have you as my business partner!"
  6. "Excited to start this journey with you!"
  7. "Let’s make something awesome together!"
  8. "Thrilled to be getting down to business with you!"
  9. "Hyped to partner up!"
  10. "Let’s make this happen!"

When to Use:  Great for emails to recipients that you already have a relationship with or have already discussed the opportunity of your partnership. 

  • Express a positive attitude about starting a project or partnership.
  • Convey energy and motivation

E. Professional and Formal

  1. "Eagerly awaiting to engage in business with you,"
  2. "Looking forward to a fruitful partnership between our organizations,"
  3. "Awaiting the opportunity to build a beneficial relationship,"
  4. "Enthusiastic about the prospect of working together,"
  5. "Keen to explore the potential of our collaboration,"
  6. "Eager to start a rewarding business relationship with you,"
  7. "Anticipating the opportunity to contribute to our mutual success,"
  8. "Optimistic about creating a lasting business partnership,"
  9. "Looking ahead to a prosperous business relationship,"
  10. "Confidently looking forward to a partnership that exceeds expectations,"

When to Use:  suitable for formal business communication where you want to convey professionalism and a positive outlook towards future endeavors.

  • Show appreciation for their expertise.
  • Ensure a more formal approach fits the tone of your communication.

F. Collaborative Tone

  1. ""Excited to co-create success with you,"
  2. "Looking forward to building great things together,."
  3. "Thrilled at the prospect of our joint effort,"
  4. "Can’t wait to see what we can accomplish as a team,"
  5. "Prepared to collaborate and plan together,"
  6. "Excited to see our assembled talents,"
  7. "Thrilled about finding solutions together,"
  8. "Excited to work together towards success,"
  9. "Looking forward to partnering with your team,"
  10. "Ready to explore the heights we can reach together,"

When to Use: Ideal for projects or partnerships that involve a close working relationship with your recipient.

  • Emphasize the value of working together towards common objectives.
  • Highlight confidence about future results.

G. Seeking Specific Information or Action

  1. ""What are the next steps we should take?"
  2. "What do we need to do next?"
  3. "What should I prepare?"
  4. "Is there more information I should provide?"
  5. "Eager for your detailed feedback,"
  6. "Can’t wait for your experienced point of view,"
  7. "Waiting on the next instructions,"
  8. "Keen to hear your thoughts on this,"
  9. "Ready for your detailed input,"
  10. "Let me know if I missed anything,"

When to Use: When to Use: When specific action or information is required to move forward.

  • Ask your recipient for targeted feedback or information.
  • Show availability to share any information your recipient might need.

H. Encouraging Creativity or Innovation

  1. "Keen to see your creative breakthroughs,"
  2. "Ready to innovate with your team,"
  3. "Thrilled to blend our creativity for uniqueness,"
  4. "Can’t wait to pioneer new paths with you,"
  5. "Anticipating your transformative solutions,"
  6. "Awaiting groundbreaking results,"
  7. "Excited to work on innovative solutions,"
  8. "Looking forward to your innovative ideas,"
  9. "Eager about your visionary approach,"
  10. "Waiting on your ingenious plans,"

When to Use: When working with individuals or teams known for their creativity and innovative thinking.

  • Encourage and show appreciation for an original approach. 
  • Explore new boundaries in your partnership.

I. Acknowledging Their Expertise

  1. "Excited to learn from your insights,"
  2. "Looking forward to using your expertise in our projects,"
  3. "Keen to apply your insights to our success,"
  4. "Thrilled to work with a leader,"
  5. "Anticipating your knowledge,"
  6. "Eager to learn from your experience,"
  7. "Excited to see the impact of your skills,"
  8. "Excited to benefit from your strategic expertise,"
  9. "Can't wait for your input,"
  10. "Eagerly awaiting to leverage your unique skills."

When to Use:  When contacting established industry experts or companies.

  • Show appreciation for their time and expertise
  • Don’t overdo it.

J. Brief

  1. "Ready to start,"
  2. "Next step awaits,"
  3. "Keen to proceed,"
  4. "Optimistic about this,"
  5. "Excited for what’s ahead,"
  6. "Set for success,"
  7. "Aiming high,"
  8. "Looking ahead,"
  9. "To a bright future,"
  10. "Anticipating success,"

When to Use:  For quick sign-offs, when you have already established communication with your recipients.

  • Keep it simple

Boost Email Replies with 3 Quick Tips:

  1. Adjust your tone to your recipient brand identity. 
  2. Try to start a conversation instead of quickly asking for a meeting. This will put less pressure on your prospects and make it easier to build relationships.
  3. Define your buyer persona and ensure you reach out to the right people.

P.S. . You can use our free buyer persona generator

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