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Note that, unless it's an agreement to someone's invitation, "Sunday will be good for me" was questionably too direct; "Sunday would be good for me" is more of an open-ended suggestion.
It depends on who you're talking to. Between friends, it's okay to use meet. At work, meet will be understood but will sound informal. I agree with previous comments. You can just use video/online meeting/conference, Skype meeting, etc. I attend English class via Skype and we use: "Let's meet tomorrow" or "Are you available to Skype tomorrow?" These sound ...
"Imaginatively yours," makes more sense, as does "Sincerely yours," and so forth. "Yours truly" is the most common exception, of course, but "Yours imaginatively" sounds too contrived to my ear. As the owner of a design studio, your use of "Imaginatively yours" seems quite appropriate.
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