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In our last blog post, we discussed the proper etiquette surrounding business card exchange in the United States. However, these rules do not apply the same way around the world. In fact, Japanese business card etiquette is different than the U.S. in many ways. Because of this, it is important to know the international differences of doing business in order to impress and build successful professional relationships abroad.
Compared to exchanging business cards in other countries, business card etiquette in the U.S. is much more relaxed. That being said, it’s still possible to engage in practices that can seem inappropriate or even offend. Following these tips will help you leave a lasting influence and positive representation of your company.
In a world where so much information is being thrown at everyone all the time, sometimes taking simplest route will make you stand out the most. These minimalist business cards make every detail count to leave a lasting impression.