ECO4451 Troy University Japanese Business Etiquette Paper

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Question Description

This assignment and next week’s assignment are an attempt to make you look at the business practices outside your sphere of experience.

Write a business brief on the business etiquette of a country of your choice.It must be a country you are not from or have been.You should write this as a short guide to the “general” business etiquette.Be sure to include how you greet people, order to which you greet them, how to accept a business card, sitting arrangements at an official function, paying for a meal, accepting a gift or invitation, and anything deemed informant for good business relations.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/iese/2015/03/24/why-you-need-cultural-intelligence-and-how-to-develop-it/#544dc32817d6

https://guide.culturecrossing.net/

https://www.commisceo-global.com/resources/country-guides

https://www.business.com/articles/so-international-business-etiquette-from-around-the-world/

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Total Points: 60.0


Tutor Answer

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School: New York University

Attached.

Japanese Business Etiquette – Outline
I. Introduction
II. Greetings etiquette
III. Accepting business cards
IV. Paying for a meal
V. Accepting gifts
VI. Conclusion


Running head: JAPANESE BUSINESS ETIQUETTE

Japanese Business Etiquette
Name
Institution

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JAPANESE BUSINESS ETIQUETTE

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Japanese Business Etiquette
The business environment has recently become more competitive, which leads to firms
sorting to invest in foreign markets for better opportunities. Advancement in technology has also
enabled the global interaction between businesses and customers. This level of improvement ,
however, does not directly reflect changes in the cultural framework and alignment for different
countries. Some countries, especially in Asia, still practice and value their cultural practices
(Voytko, 2015). As such, for investors willing to invest in such markets, understanding their
culture and the business etiquette is paramount. In particular, Japanese business culture and
etiquette is very rigid and wrong approach may significantly deter working relationship between
the business and Japanese customers. Business relations in Japan are strengthened by the value
and approach greetings, exchanging business cards, business meetings, paying for meals, gifts,
among others.
Greetings in Japan are a key component in cementing relationships. The residents of
Japan are not very comfortabl...

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