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Business Etiquettes in Sudan
Business Meeting & Negotiation You should ideally arrange meetings well in advance and confirm before you arrive and again the day before. You should aim to be punctual but don't be offended if your counterpart is not. Most meetings take place in the morning. Shake hands with everyone present, even if someone arrives in the middle of a meeting. Building a relationship is essential to doing business here so allow plenty of time for small talk at the start of a meeting and never try to hurry things along. Expect interruptions in meetings. This is normal behaviour and no indication of how seriously your business is being taken. Business Dressing Businessmen should wear a lightweight suit. Businesswomen should dress appropriately, avoiding low necklines, bare shoulders and skirts above the knee. Because of the heat, a shirt with or without a tie is usually acceptable for men in business meetings. Business Cards Business cards are useful. A translation into Arabic on the reverse will be appreciated and make you stand out.



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