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Respecting chinese culture through printing business cards in chinese

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Just like many other countries, China has a rich value system and is deeply rooted in their customs and culture. This can be further recognized in the customs surrounding business cards in china.

Just like many other countries, China has a rich value system and is deeply rooted in their customs and culture. This can be further recognized in the customs surrounding business cards in china.

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    • RESPECTING CHINESE CULTURETHROUGH PRINTING BUSINESS CARDSIN CHINESEFor additional information about Business with Chinaplease visit www.China-Business-Connect.com
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comChina has been an increasingly growing economy with an extreme focuson emerging businesses and entrepreneurship.Just like many other countries, China has a rich value system and isdeeply rooted in their customs and culture. This can be furtherrecognized in the customs surrounding business cards in china. Chinesebusinesspersons take respect extremely seriously and can easily beoffended by certain Western customs.This can be extremely detrimental if you are a budding entrepreneur ora seasoned businessperson who is attempting to enter into the marketand effectively close Chinese deals.2
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comAs an entrepreneur or businessperson it is important to know theproper etiquette when dealing with your Chinese counterparts.This ranges from how to conduct yourself in-group meetings to exactlywhat to have on your personal and Chinese business cards.All of these factors play a role in your interaction with the Chinesebusiness community and the effect that your actions may have on theChinese deal. The last thing any businessperson wants to do is tounknowingly sabotage her potential profitable relationship by not beingaware of for respecting the prevailing culture.3
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comWHEN IT COMES TO DOING BUSINESS INCHINESE, THERE ARE A FEW GUIDELINESTHAT EVERY FOREIGN BUSINESSPERSONSHOULD FOLLOW.4
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comIt is absolutely essential that you show your potential Chinese businesspartners respect and observe the intricacies of the culture.Central to the first in person meeting is the delivery and exchange ofbusiness cards in Chinese.Often time?sChinese businessmen place a heavy importance on the manner in whichtheir business cards are given out. As such any foreign businesspersonshould observe the seriousness of this custom and do their best tofollow suit. When receiving one from a potential business partner,always ensure that you receive it with both hands.5
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comThis shows your counterpart that you respect their property andultimately respect the formation of the relationship.The process should be repeated when delivering yours, as the recipientwill expect you to deliver it facing them with both hands.Also, this action should be followed up with a greeting such as very niceto meet you. Once you have received your partner?s business card takesome time to look over it and do not immediately put it away as thiscan be construed as a sign of disrespect.6
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comChinese businesspersons place a tremendous amount of importance onthis important custom and as such you should always reciprocate.If your version is printed in English, ensure that you make a double-sided version and print the existing personal information in Chinese onthe rear.You do not necessarily have to create an individual one to identifyyourself as you can still utilize your existing print for the dual purpose.7
    • www.China-Business-Connect.comWhen trying to close a Chinese deal and ultimately dealing withbusiness cards in Chinese, these few tips should prepare you to engagein the social activity.Remember, when dealing with business cards and Chinese, alwaysexercise proper etiquette and place a high degree of importance onrespect.Your counterparts will notice and it will do nothing but help you toreaffirm your seriousness and your level of commitment to the businessrelationship.8
    • For additional information about Business with Chinaplease visit www.China-Business-Connect.com