When you network with your colleagues, business partners and experts, you get benefits from it.
Whether you are a student or a businessman, you have to keep in touch with people for different reasons, be it in the form of telephonic conversations or one to one meetings. When you benefit form a networking meeting, you should write a thank you email to express gratitude to your benefactor.
Start the email with opening salutation. If you know the name of the person you are writing the thank you email to, mention their name in the salutation (like Dear name). If you do now know the name, you can use Dear Sir.
Begin the first paragraph by expressing your thanks to the recipient. State why you are writing this email and let the reader know why they should keep reading the letter.
The second paragraph should mention the details of the subject. If the recipient played an important role in arranging the meeting, you can go into some details telling how good everything went and if you have some news to tell the reader, you can also add that.
Conclude the email by expressing thanks once again. If you plan to arrange a follow-up meeting, you can inform the reader of it in the concluding paragraph.