S: Douglas Dunlap Global Business Etiquette
BC: GO TEAM! | 2009 | www.kwintessential.com www.bing.com www.CNN.com www.foxnews.com
FC: Bahamas | 2010 | Douglas Dunlap Global Business Etiquette
1: I selected this country because i think its is a beautiful country. | Why i selected this country.
2: Location: Caribbean Capital: Nassau | Facts and Statistics
3: GO TEAM | BASEBALL
4: Facts and Statistics | Climate: Tropical Marine Population: 307,451 Ethnic makeup: Black 85%, White 12%, Asian and Hispanic 3%
5: Religon's: Baptist 35.4%, Anglican 15.1%, Roman Catholic 13.5%, Pentecostal 8.1%, Church of God 4.8%, Methodist 4.2%
6: Facts and Statistics | Official Language: English The Bahamas are know for being friendly. They maintain a sense of decorum and are extremely polite.
8: Etiquette and Customs
9: 1. The most common greeting is a firm handshake. 2. Arrive on time when invited to dinner. 3. Friends and family give gifts on Christmas and birthdays. 4. Gifts are opened when received. 5. Do not begin eating until the hostess starts.
10: Business Etiquette and Protocol
11: 1. A firm handshake is the normal greeting. 2. You need to maintain eye contact during the greeting. 3. It is good manners to wit for a woman to offer her hand first. 4. Treat business cards with respect. 5. It is considered rude to write on somebody's business card in front of them.
12: Bahamas: In the News
13: Paula now a tropical depression. Bahamian male found guilty of shooting a U.S. citizen. Bahama police found 9th victim in plane crash.