3. Use: Best Wishes
Best wishes is formal enough, but at the same time it’s also quite friendly. It can sound insincere when it doesn’t match the tone of your email, but other than that its a great choice.
Don’t Use: Take Care
Take Care is too personal for business emails. In addition to that, it can also come off as condescending depending on who you’re talking to.
4. Use: Best
Best comes off as enthusiastic and cheerful. It’s a good sign-off for friendly business conversations. Best should be used when there’s a familiarity with whoever is receiving your email.
Don’t Use: Looking Forward To Hearing From You
This sounds polite and all, but at the same time it’s a passive-aggressive way for asking for a reply back. It’s especially bad if the subject of your mail is a uncomfortable for the other person.