33 STASHED IDEAS
Hi [CANDIDATE NAME],
I want to thank you for giving us a chance to get to know you better and talk about the [JOB] opening.
The team enjoyed meeting you and, after finishing our interviews, we’d like to offer you the role of [JOB TITLE] at [COMPANY].
I’m sure you’ll fit right in with the rest of the team, and we’re excited to have you with us if you decide to accept the offer.
We’re excited to introduce you to the team and start working together.
It's good to write a longer email to flesh out more ideas.
A follow-up email to ideal candidates helps to keep them engaged and leave the door open for future engagement.
Look for someone with experience in business, marketing and products.
They should also possess the following:
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