As a non-native speaker, how do you improve your English for business emails? I'm usually checking all my emails on Grammarly and googling a lot about what phrases to use when opening and closing emails, etc., but is there a forum or website out there which you could recommend for this?
As a concrete example, I have the following line, which I find a bit cold. How would you improve it? "Thank you for your interest in the MyCompany Enterprise plan."
This "Thank you for your interest" is exactly what I'd like to say, but I find it so overused today in emails that it feels cold. I'd like to emphasize that I'm not just from the customer service team of a big business, but the founder of the business they contacted.
Can I say "I'm happy/glad to hear that you are interested in the MyCompany Enterprise plan."? Isn't that a bit cheesy that I'm saying I'm happy? Of course, a business founder is happy if someone is asking them about an Enterprise plan. What would you use?
About greetings, I basically came up with the following rule:
When using Hello, I say goodbye with "Kind regards". When using Hi I use "Best regards".
What do you think?