Email is the most common form of business communication around the world. We all use it, but we don't always take time to perfect our message like we would with a document or presentation. Emails are often sent in a hurry, and usually with little regard for how they’ll be interpreted by the recipient.
On top of being informative and concise, now you have to add cultural nuances to the mix! Things can get tricky. For example, a German businessperson may respond better to a succinct and formal email that only pertains to the task at hand. On the other hand, professionals in Africa and Latin America are more likely to prefer emails with personal messages before getting down to Business. Here are 5 ways to master international email etiquette:Read more