As a cross-cultural business trainer and the author of Access to Asia, consider these five culture tips for successful negotiation and building lasting business relationships in China.
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In an increasingly globalized market, these dimensions are constantly evolving as people from different cultures strive to meet one another halfway. Find your comfort zone and seek an authentic balance.
With its friendly people, great food, and beautiful beaches, Mexico is a wonderful country to visit. These seven tips will add to your success in one of the largest, most vibrant countries in Latin America.
Immersing yourself in diversity is a large part of what makes Dubai phenomenal; however, this aspect makes it challenging to comprehend the native, local Emirati cultural norms and pragmatics.
From exchanging love spoons to kissing in the capital, lovebirds around the world express their sentiments with unique customs.
Whether your business discussions are in Delhi or you’re planning to manufacture in Mumbai, bear in mind these three essential cross-cultural tips for doing business in India.
Couples from different faiths and cultures have the opportunity to bring tradition from both backgrounds to the wedding festivities.
Australia has always been a mecca for all travelers – business, and leisure. Its natural beauty includes lush rainforests in the north, the remarkable Outback, and the Great Barrier Reef.
Entrepreneur-in-residence at The University of Texas at Austin’s School of Information and CEO/Founder of Bigwig Games, Gary Hoover, recently offered “10 Reasons You Should Jump On the Next Flight to Mexico City.” Mr. Hoover is absolutely right; Mexico City is a wonderful destination for business travelers and tourists alike! What I particularly loved was his [...]
In Mexico, a city’s name can provide a hint about its inhabitants. “Monterrey” means “Mountain King,” a name fit for this wealthy city at the foothills of the Sierra Madre Oriental.