- published: 20 Aug 2010
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For executives who are looking to build business in the Middle East or professionals looking to move their career or job search to the Arab World, this video gives you a simple overview of Arabic Business Culture in 4 minutes.
This video was made for Cross Culture Management - Asia Perspective final assignment. Created by Management student of Airlangga University, Surabaya. Bagus Anggara Y.N 041112006 Raka Guntur S. 041112033 Zainiyah Al Firdaus 041112038 M. Gusti Airlangga 041112131 Yohana Dewi A. 041112156
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In the context of your business trip in United Arab Emirates, we prepare you a document and a video which will help you to familiarize with your new potential business partners. Our international marketing team have prepared an overview of the country and some guidelines about how to communicate and how to do business with them. Therefore you will avoid any cultural blunder and amaze local Emiratis.
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/cross-cultural/middle-east-training.html - doing business in the Arab world, North Africa or Middle East? How much do you know about the culture and how business is done? In this video we give you our top 3 tips on doing business in the Arab world. Video Transcript 00:10 Three things from working with Arab culture. 00:14 The first thing has got to be relationship and trust. 00:23 Arabs do business with people, not with companies, 00:27 so it's crucial you actually build op that relationship of trust. 00:30 Take time for the small talk, going out for a meal together, 00:34 get to know them, 00:36 and once they trust you, you can do business. 00:42 Secondly, the whole concept of Sharaf, honour. 00:47 Arabs are very conscious about their honour, 00:50 it's ...
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