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29 June 2018

Dutch Culture: Approaching Business Meetings

Business culture is generally created by infusing the business practice with the morals and values of a given nation. It is therefore a reflection of the collective culture, albeit mirrored on a different surface.

The infographic below is focusing on the Dutch approach and sentiment towards business meetings. If you would like to find out more about the Dutch language and its similarities with English and German, or the importance of learning Dutch for business, then please follow the linked text in this paragraph.




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How to Approach Dutch Business Meetings
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How to Approach Dutch Business Meetings
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Business culture is generally created by infusing the business practice with the morals and values of a given nation. It is, therefore, a reflection of the collective culture, albeit mirrored on a different surface. The infographic in this blog post is focusing on the Dutch approach and sentiment towards business meetings.
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