- Tapping your nose in #England is the sign for confidential, but in #Italy means watch out. #InternationalEtiquette http://t.co/5jUO4puhjf, 5 hours ago
- In #Japan, a kimono should be wrapped left over right - to do otherwise symbolizes death. http://t.co/AiCN7ScN5e, 11 hours ago
- Always use Monsieur/Madame/Mademoiselle if you don't know someone. #France,
Corporate Etiquette: Business Card Protocol 2011
December 15, 2011 by Sharon 1 Comment
Corporate Etiquette: Business Card Protocol Primer
*Handing a business card to a potential customer or client should be done in a way that allows the recipient to receive the card with the print facing them. Be sure your card is clean, and crisp so they remember your name.
*Be sure to carry clean, up-to-date business cards without handwriting. Refrain from writing on the face of a business card for numerous reasons of civility.
*When handling business cards in the United States, use the right-hand or both hands, to present the card. Avoid using your left hand to present a business card. Keep your right hand free at at times for handshaking and presenting cards.
*Use a business card case to keep cards clean and crisp!
*When receiving a business card, do not receive it with your left hand, or place it in your rear pocket or wallet. Receive it with your right hand or both hands, and take a moment to look at the card, and ask a question. For more about business card protocol, contact Sharon at 512.306.1845.
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