How to run a business meeting in Hungary

When it comes to turning up for a meeting, Hungarians are very punctual. They will normally start a meeting with a deep conversation and might not follow the pre-agreed agenda. Hungarians usually have great ideas, but these are hardly implemented according to the schedule. Hungarians prefer to do something well done, rather than doing in … Continue reading How to run a business meeting in Hungary

What you should know when running a meeting in Brazil

First, you should remember that time management is geographically different in Brazil. The north part of the country is considered to be more relaxed while meeting deadlines, however the executives in the south part and Sao Paolo tend to be more American or North European in their approach. Introductory meetings are quite formal – where … Continue reading What you should know when running a meeting in Brazil

Things to be considered when running a business meeting in India

Every culture is different in terms of time management. For instance, people in specific cultures or countries can be naturally not punctual. Therefore when you are in another country (especially in India) for a business meeting, you should possess all the available knowledge in order to know how to behave yourself and not to get … Continue reading Things to be considered when running a business meeting in India

How to Build Strong Work Relations in the United Kingdom

Building strong relationships in the United Kingdom requires you to understand the way the British like to build work connections and establish agreements. The British are target-driven with a short-term outlook for business, but prefer to cultivate long-term relationships, so it is worth making the effort to socialize in the pub after work and get … Continue reading How to Build Strong Work Relations in the United Kingdom