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Dear Symposium Participant: We are pleased that you have agreed to take part in the International Symposium on Cultural Diversity in Business which we are sponsoring in July. We expect to be hosting 55 participants from more than a dozen countries around the world! As described in our symposium literature, we hope to pair American participants with our international guests for the duration of the symposium. We believe that this will add an exciting dimension to the events and activities taking place, as we all become more familiar with each other, and learn to understand each other’s customs and cultural background. Please be prepared to hear from your guest upon his or her arrival, and to make the necessary arrangements to meet. In rare instances, you may encounter a language barrier, and it will help you to be prepared with a dictionary, or an interpreter. Attached to this letter you will find the basic schedule of activities for the symposium. If
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Unformatted text preview: you have not already done so, you should contact the moderators of the round table discussion groups of which you want to take part. A more complete and finalized schedule will be sent to you prior to the start of the symposium. You will also receive detailed information about accommodations approximately two weeks before the symposium starts, provided we have received your payment. If you have chosen to participate in the group travel rates, you will receive that information as well. This symposium has been organized with several basic principles in mind. This is a professional development experience designed to expose participants to aspects of other cultures they may not have the chance to observe any other way. Our hope is that this exchange will provide a deeper understanding of the world as a whole, and advance communications among the many peoples of the earth. We hope this will be a most rewarding experience for you. Sincerely,...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course MTH 415 taught by Professor Yates during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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