The Lowdown: Business Etiquette - India.

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  • Portable and Easy to Use – you can use this guide to prepare in advance of a business trip or call, or simply download it and use it “on the way” to your appointment and impress your clients.
  • Helps you to navigate your way through those cultural differences where a simple misunderstanding might make the difference between failing and succeeding.
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We live and work in a global market - and knowing how to behave with courtesy in other countries allows us to make a great impression and maximise our potential.

India plays a prominent role in the world of commerce. This guide is a quick and easy teach-in for people who want to trade with India and who want to put their best foot forward while they’re there.

It will give you inside information on doing business and tips for coping with business socialising  It will point out important rules to follow in order to avoid misunderstandings and to ensure that everything runs smoothly. It will help you to make the most of your business trip to this fascinating and beautiful country and to clinch that all important deal.

Topics Covered Include:

Making initial contact and planning your trip

How to navigate your first business meeting – what to do and what NOT to do!

The best way of setting up a deal

How to avoid a disadvantageous deal

Coping with Indian currency

Important differences in accounting

Dining out and table etiquette

How to behave at a religious ceremony

Author Biography

Michael Barnard is the deputy chairman of an international publishing group.

After a career in newspaper and magazine journalism, he joined the Macmillan group and was appointed to the main board in 1979 and enjoyed wide-ranging responsibilities encompassing at various times publishing journals, new media and fiction, book production, distribution and logistics, IT services and human resources.

He has been chairman or director of several overseas companies in Asia and the Far East, including operations in China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore and his business experience in these regions extends over more than 30 years.

He has been Chairman of The Printing and Publishing Industries’ Research Association and a director of the Centre for Creative Business (London Business School).  He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspapermakers and a Fellow of the Institute of Printing, Paper and Publishing.

He was appointed a Visiting Professor at the University of the Arts London in 1988.

Presenter Biographies

TREVOR WHITE – Recent film credits include Michael Winterbottom's Genova, Mindhunters, Hellraiser: Hellseeker, and the Bond film, Die Another Day.  For television, recent credits include: Moonshot, House of Saddam, Judge John Deed, The Line of Beauty, Bonekickers, and The Path to 9/11. He has worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company and is Artistic Director of the Suspect Package Theatre Company. Recent audiobooks include James Frey's Bright Shiny Morning and A Million Little Pieces, as well as the unabridged Catch-22, by Joseph Heller.

LORELEI KING is an actress, writer and multi-award winning narrator of Audiobooks, recording the works of Janet Evanovich, Sue Grafton and Patricia Cornwell to name just a few. She is a co-founder of digital publishing company, Creative Content.

Product Information:

Media TypeAudio
Number of Programs7


Program Title Duration
Business Etiquette: India - Part 1 07:32
Business Etiquette: India - Part 2 07:02
Business Etiquette: India - Part 3 08:22
Business Etiquette: India - Part 4 08:10
Business Etiquette: India - Part 5 07:28
Business Etiquette: India - Part 6 07:29
Business Etiquette: India - Part 7 08:29
Total Time 54:32

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