Business etiquette and customs vary dramatically from country to country, and business professionals are often unaware of the differences.
This made us think, wouldn’t it be really useful to research and produce an illustrative guide that provides an easy to digest overview of the essential cultural differences for when professionals meet international clients, suppliers and colleagues overseas – so we did and here it is.
Whilst the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically impacted global travel, and face-to-face interactions such as shaking hands and exchanging business cards are on hold, it is still vital to understand varying business etiquette and customs. For instance, whilst the majority of the world dresses smartly for business meetings, in Sweden, Israel and Singapore it is more common to dress casually, and whilst pre-business chit-chat may be customary in Brazil, this is not the case in Russia, Switzerland and a number of other countries.
The following Infographic outlines the rules that can be unwittingly broken across the world and will be of interest to anyone who wants to seal the deal rather than tarnish their reputation.
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