Best Regards and Kind regards are the best ways for business signatures, but it is not easy to use it you need to know the difference between them and when you can use it.
When can you use Best Regards?
Best Regards is less formal than Kind Regards, it’s a very respectful statement, friendly and safe to use it but it’s for clients who you are familiar with.
When to use Best Regards:
1-When you speaking with clients that you have worked them before.
2-When you emailing and existing clients.
3-When reaching out colleagues with your organization.
Here, there is one mail to show you how you can use *Best Regards*
Here, the steps that we have discussed it yesterday with the manager that we need to follow it for our new patch that we have launched.
If you want to use something instead of Best Regards you can choose one from these signs –offs below:
2-All the best.
3-Thanks in advance.
6- Thank you for your time.
10-Reach out with a question.
11-Let me know if you need anything.
12-Look forward to hearing from you.
13-Have a wonderful day.
When you can use Kind Regards?
- Kind Regards is more formal than Best Regards.
- Kind Regards is a professional way to end any mail.
Here, some situations where you can use Kind Regards:
1- When emailing any company, any time.
2- When you introducing yourself to any mutual friends.
3- When you are in the early stages of dealing with new clients or new companies.
Here, we have an email example that shows How and when you can use Kind Regards:
Welcome our new clients, this is the first time you deal with our company
Our new department will open a patch that we have launched next week hope you come to our entrance party see u soon.
You have also some other ways to use it instead of *Kind Regards*:
2- Many thanks.
3- Sending you the best.
4- Thank you for reading.
5- With appreciation.
6- Take care.
When you build up your relations with the new companies and clients you will change from *Kind Regards* to *Best Regards*
Alternatives to Best Regards & Kind Regards
Formal and acceptable professionally
Thanks in advance
Formal to very casual
All the best