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Wesley- Global Buisness Etiquette

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1: Thats were Children of Bodom and FinnTroll are from of course | Why I selected this country

2: Location: Northern Europe bordering Russia, Norway, and Sweden | FACTS AND STATISTICS

4: Facts And Statistics | Climate: Cold, potentially subarctic Population: 5.2 Million

5: Ethnic Make-up: Finn: 93%, Swede: 6%, Sami: 0.11% Roma: 0.12%, Tatar: 0.02% Religion: Evangelical Lutheran: 89%, Russian Orthodox: 1% None: 9 % Other: 1%

6: The Official Languages of Finland are Finnish 93% and Swedish 6% Also About 2,000 People in Finland speak Sami | Language and Culture and Society

7: Finnish people are egalitarians, meaning that they believe that everyone is equal. Saunas are culturally relevant to the Finns and declining an invitation to the sauna is considered rude

8: Etiquette and Customs | If invited to a Finns home you should bring the host or hostess flowers, good quality chocolates, and/or wine White or yellow flowers should not be given because they are considered morbid due to the fact that they are used at funerals

9: If you are greeting a married couple, you should greet the wife first. Always arrive on time if you are going to be delayed more than 5 minutes call immediately Males should keep their jackets on at meals unless the host takes off his jacket Declining second helping to meals is considered rude

10: Business Etiquette and Protocol | Business meetings are formal therefore there is very little small talk In a presentation the the person presenting is expected to give all needed information, Finns will rarely ask questions Business differences are not considered personal attacks

11: You should speak plainly and openly Business meeting are often continued at a sauna in a more informal manner

12: Finland In the News | FInland heightens drive to end tobaco use Finnish Lake Bodom murders suspect remains in custody

13: Police find new evidence about lake Bodom Murders mystery

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