Hi everyone, I am meeting with a Japanese (potential) client soon. I work for a marketing agency in England, and they are coming to visit us; this is the first time we are meeting. Because I used to live in Japan, and because I have studied Japanese, my bosses would like me to say a few words in Japanese to make the clients feel at home. Although I speak everyday Japanese, I have not had a lot of experience with business language so I have been studying some business phrases (for general self-introduction, welcoming them to the company etc.). I thought a good introduction would be: いつもお世話になっております。「my name」と申します。どうぞよろしくおねがいします。 Is this the correct way to use いつもお世話になっております? Technically, we have not yet received their patronage (we are pitching to them), so is it inappropriate in this situation? Is the rest of the introduction ok? I would like to include my job title - but I am not sure how to say it. I am a junior in the strategy department - would I use 戦略? If you have any other tips for speaking to Japanese clients, I would greatly appreciate it - I am very anxious about my business Japanese and I have been frantically looking up potential phrases to use when greeting, saying goodbye etc.