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direct eye contact in some cultures is considered aggressive and inappropriate. The most important thing to remember is to know who you will be dealing with and prepare yourself with appropriate etiquette expectations. Your posture and gestures will also have a large influence on the audience and their perception of you. Make certain you are well-groomed and wearing proper attire. You will also want to pay attention to the tone of your voice and your rate of speech. Travel Etiquette I have found out that there ain't no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them. —Samuel L. Clemens, aka Mark Twain (1835–1910) Travel can be stressful, whether it is for business or pleasure. Sometimes the most well- mannered people become unintelligible wrecks when traveling; they simply find it stressful. Keep in mind what people might be experiencing and try to be flexible and patient when they are not at their best.
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Keep detailed records of your travel expenses if you need reimbursement or if you are self-employed. You will need receipts to write off expenses on yearly taxes. Make certain to educate yourself on the airlines' (or other means of public transportation) current security measures. This includes what you can and cannot pack, as well as how far in advance to arrive at your point of departure. You can eliminate much of the stress of travel if you arrive early, know the rules for traveling, and bring a book to read during potentially long and frustrating delays. Some other common etiquette tips for airline travel and hotel stays are: Don't hog seats in the boarding area. Board with your zone. Store your carry-on in the space under the seat in front of you. Check with the person sitting behind you before reclining your seat. Upon landing, let the people in front of you off the plane first, and be helpful and patient with people trying to get their luggage and get off the plane. Disembarking can be one of the most stressful times in airline travel, but it only takes about ten minutes, so just take a deep breath and wait it out without getting frustrated. Share the middle seat armrests. When on an airport's moving sidewalk, you walk on the left if you're in a hurry; stand still on the right if you just want to enjoy the ride. Don't slam the hotel room door, and keep the volume low on your television (or computer or phone conversation). Wait for the next elevator if the one that stops at your floor is full.
distribution channel the journey a product makes from the factory to independent distributors or wholesalers to retail stores to the consumer export a good or service manufactured in one country and then shipped to another country for sale import a good or service brought into one country from another for sale marketing mix the combination of activities beginning with product design through pricing and distribution and culminating with promotion that are of concern to a company’s marketing department placement the process of placing a product for sale after it leaves the factory and wholesaler product

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