10 tips for doing business in Australia

By Terence Brake
30th January 2019

Learn all about Australian business culture with our free guide. Prepare for your international business meetings with Country Navigator. …

How culturally different are Americans and Canadians?

By Sue Bryant
24th January 2019

Mistaking an American for a Canadian, or the other way round, may result in a discreet sigh or roll of the eyes; it’s just as much a faux pas as confusing Australians with New Zealanders, or the Scottish with the English. While the US and Canada share a long border, a language and many cultural traits, there are essential differences. Understanding these will smooth the wheels of business.

10 tips for doing business in Brazil

By Terence Brake
20th January 2019

Learn all about Brazilian business culture with our free guide. Prepare for your international business meetings with Country Navigator….

11 cultural differences between the Brits and Aussies

By Sue Bryant
17th January 2019

On the surface, Australians and Brits may seem to have much in common: language, heritage, a love of cricket and rugby, foreign travel, dry humour. But there are inevitable cultural differences – many of which both sides can learn from….

10 tips for doing business with the Dutch

By Terence Brake
9th January 2019

Learn all about Dutch business culture with our free guide. Prepare for your international business meetings with Country Navigator. …

Avoid these 9 behaviors if you want to be a global success in 2019

By Christian
8th January 2019

As you grow in your professional role, the skills which got you into your position won’t be the same skills which will elevate your global career. Add to that some of the learned behaviors that most of us pick up over the years and which aren’t particularly helpful when doing business across national and cultural borders. Here are nine of the non-supportive habits you want to let go, if you’re serious about achieving cross-cultural superstardom.

8 cultural differences between USA and India

By Sue Bryant
8th January 2019

The USA and India are such vast and populous countries that drawing comparisons between the two can put you in danger of making sweeping generalisations. A young, ambitious, educated tech entrepreneur from New Delhi may have much in common with his or her equivalent in Silicon Valley – certainly a lot more than a coconut farmer from Kerala would with a factory worker from Detroit. There are, however, enough deep-seated traits in each culture that make comparison a useful tool for smoothing the path of business….

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