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Business Development Executive Cover Letter Sample

A business development executive cover letter sample can be helpful if you are in the market for an executive position. See the example below to help you draft your own cover letter. Experience in this area of work, will be to your advantage. Business development executive cover letters should show the reader how you are qualified and what experience you have that will benefit the company.

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Are you a man or a woman?

Bill Barnes
189 Stanley Avenue
Any Village, USA 33333
Home: (555) 555-5555
Cell: (555) 555-1234
[email protected]

July 19, 20--

Mr. Hal Cooper
Hiring Manager
Brown and Hanson Business Development Specialists
435 Creighton Avenue
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Cooper:

While looking on the Internet for companies who are hiring business development executives, I noticed your listing for these positions on I appreciated seeing the traits you look for in such an employee. From my previous experience, (please see my enclosed resume) I can assure you that I have a facility for creativity, cooperation with a team, leadership and management skills and an ability to communicate a vision as well as the practical aspects of day-to-day business.

I have been acknowledged for being a loyal and committed employee. I believe that among business development executives, I am one who can be counted on in both rough and smooth weather since I am good at resolving problems in a way that works for everyone concerned. That's what I most want to communicate when I write cover letters.

Could we get together to talk over this position and what you hope to find in the people you hire? I'd enjoy speaking with you in person and can come to your office. Just name the time and date. Please call me on my cell phone: (555) 555-1234 to set up an interview at your convenience. Thank you for your kind attention.


Bill Barnes