Marketing Reference Letter

By | August 30, 2014

A marketing reference letter is a letter which is used for the purpose of recommending a candidate for a particular marketing job position to a prospective employer.  These letters are formally drafted letters which throw light on the candidate’s skills and qualifications so as to convince the employer of his/her suitability for the job.

Sample Marketing Reference Letter:

To,

Mark Anthony

Senior HR Manager

Nathan Jackson Corporation

West Queens bridge road, London

Date: 19th May 2014

Subject: Recommending Mr. Joshua Will for the marketing position

Respected Mr. Anthony

I, George Lesley, the Vice chairman at Peterson Inc. am writing this letter to you with the aim of giving my formal reference to you for the post of a marketing manager at your prestigious company. I recommend Mr. Joshua Will for this position and think that he will be the most suitable candidate for this job, given his experience, educational qualifications and skills.

My association with Mr. Will goes 4 years back. He was employed as a junior marketing executive at Peterson Inc. and from the very beginning; he impressed us all with his talent at marketing and his tremendous skills to bring in new clients. He soon was promoted to the position of a junior marketing manager and continued showing excellent results. He is a hardworking individual whose dedication is inspiring. He brings in creativity and enthusiasm to the tablet and will not disappoint you, if given a chance.

I strongly recommend him for this post with a lot of confidence.

Thanking you

George Lesley

Vice chairman

Peterson Inc.