View Business Etiquette in Russia

Business Etiquette in Russia

With a population of over one hundred and forty-four million citizens and considered the largest country in the world by surface area, Russia’s economy stands within the top ten worldwide. Exports from Russia are predominantly in the field of Oil, natural Gas, metals and Timber, although fish supply has been a rising trade in the…

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Business Guide to South Africa

Situated on the southern tip of the African continent, it is home to over fifty-five million people who speak eleven national languages. Business practice bears a very similar resemblance to western etiquette, however cultural observations vary between each locality. Approximately ten percent of all South Africa’s mother tongue languages is English whereby almost all corporate…

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Non-Verbal Language – The Unspoken Languages of the World

Non-Verbal Language – Gestures and Signs Conducting business worldwide can be a complex mix of cultural understanding, language barriers and attention to personal detail. Sometimes the very best of linguists can become unstuck in an environment where they’ve understood the people and customs. The mistakes stem from a lack of in-depth cultural knowledge alongside a…

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Business Etiquette in China

With a population of over one billion people and a leading global economy in manufacturing, China is one of the largest trading organisations in the World. The Introduction Dressing for a business meeting is always a formal affair. Clothes should be conservative and the colour scheme subtle for the occasion. Revealing attire and high heels…

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Business Etiquette in South Korea

  It can be difficult to appreciate the fine line in cultural awareness and the need to follow a guide to Business Etiquette in South Korea. First Impressions When attending an introduction with a Korean business team, appearances must be professional and dark coloured attire is generally appropriate for the occasion. Similar to other Asian…

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Business Etiquette in Japan

  Exporting a business to the far east requires in depth understanding of local customs alongside cultural awareness of the region. In Japan, there are procedures for commercial trade that every aspiring businessman must follow: First Impressions Meeting a business team for the first time will seem like a very structured process. Dressing conservatively for…

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