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S: Bryan Global Business Etiquette

BC: http://www.kwintessential.com.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/ http://www.kwintessential.com.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/ www.bahamasoffice.com/ bahamasnews.net/

FC: Bahamas

1: Why I selected This Country | (text) Why I selected the Bahamas because I always wanted to go there and it seems like a fun cool place to go and the people there don't stop at stop signs.

2: (Facts and Statistics) | (YEAR) | (COACH NAMES)

3: BRADY | O'CONNOR | ROCKIES - FIRST BASE | 21 | (FIRST NAME) | (LAST NAME) | (www.kwintessential.co.uk) | (#) | The location of the Bahamas is located south of the United States. The Capital is Nassau

4: Facts and Statistics | Climate: Its tropical marine, and its moderated by the warm waters of the gulf stream Population: The population is 307,451 (est. 2008) Ethnic Makeup: 85% are black, 12% are white and 3% are Asian and Hispanic Religious: 35.4% are baptist, 15.1% are Anglican, 13.5% are Roman Catholic, 8.1% are pentecostal, 4.8% are church of god, 4.2 % are methodist, and 15.2% are other Christians.

5: Bahamas

6: English is the official language in the Bahamas and is widely spoken. 1.Bahamas are known for being friendly, outgoing and informal. 2.Bahamians have a good sense of humor and use it all manner of situations.

7: Language and culture and Society

9: Etiquette and Customs 1. Dining Etiquette: arrive on time if invited to dinner. 2. Dress well 3. Table Manners: Do not sit down until you are invited to and told where to sit 4. Do not begin eating until the hostess starts 5. Keep your elbows off the table and hands above the table when eating.

10: (TEAM) | (TEAM) | VS | Business Etiquette and Protocol 1. Handshakes should be firm and friendly. 2. Maintain a eye contact during a greeting process 3. Business cards are exchanged with formal ritual. | 4. Treat Business cards with respect. 5.

13: Bahamas: In the News "Bahamas find ninth victim from plane crash" "AirTran Holding inc. increases in 3rd quarter profit" "Haiti cholera death slows, but spread still feared".

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  • Title: Bryan Global Etiquette (Copy)
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