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4 years, 1 month ago
I'm writing a formal e-mail in order to inform our client that I took the place of a colleague...is this expression correct "I would like to inform you that X is no longer working at our company, so I’ll cover his responsibilities about this event"?
And then I will add something like "from now on, please contact me".
Apr 9, 2019 at 10:25
Yes, you can say both of these -- but I would suggest "responsibility/responsibilities
for" instead of " about".
I would like to inform you that X is no longer working at our company,
so I’ll cover his responsibilities
for this event"
From now on, please contact me.
You can also say:
.. and I have
taken over his responsibilities for this event. .. and I have
taken over responsibility for his projects. .. and I
will have responsibility for this project.
Apr 9, 2019 at 10:32
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