Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing
letter to express my dissatisfaction with the
that you arranged for my stay. I have returned home from the business meeting which you had organised in Thailand. In
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, I had spent three nights and four days.
The meeting was very well and pleasant. I showed our products to all delegates who had come from different places. They asked multifarious questions about our items and I answered them effortlessly and they seem very happy
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agree to sign a deal with our company and ,hopefully in the future our business will be receiving a bulk order from the divergent areas.
Now I would like to share my worse experience in a
with, when I reached Thailand I was over the moon but as soon as I arrived in a
I realized that nobody understand my language English. They all communicate in Thai and it was the time when I felt handicapped because I had no knowledge about their language.
, I was not able to reach the venue for the
meeting on time.
, the location was very far from the place of the meeting. It took four hours and I was totally exhausted every day before the meeting started.
I would appreciate it if you could be very careful about the
booking in future. Kindly check everything before the registration so that the
time when employees will go for the business tour are not inconvenienced.
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