Etiquette

Five tips for doing business in Thailand

Thailand’s vast economy covers banking, finance, manufacturing, electronics and more &ndash...

When is it acceptable to recline on board?

TALKING POINT | To recline, or not to recline… that’s a question faced by many moder...

The basics of business in Zurich, Geneva

Switzerland is a major hub for bankers and other travellers in the financial sectors with Zurich ...

Your guide to doing business in Taiwan

Taiwan and its capital city Taipei are mega-hubs in the tech industry, housing the headquarters o...

Guide to business etiquette in the USA

As international travellers quickly learn, the dos and don’ts of conducting business abroad...

Five tips for doing business in Singapore

Singapore is a global financial hub and a major destination for Australian business travellers &n...

Five tips for doing business in Japan

Japan is big for business being home to many of the world’s major manufacturers of electron...

Chinese New Year and your business

For your business contacts in Hong Kong and China – and people of Chinese heritage around t...

JetBlue teaches inflight etiquette

Whether it’s kicking the seat in front or listening to music in headphones that’s aud...

Body odour: a pet hate for 25% of flyers

Passengers who emit a pungent body odour are considered the worst seatmate to have by over 25% of...

Bow, kiss or shake?

Customs and etiquette for meeting and greeting colleagues and counterparts from other cultures va...

Ten essential tips for business travel etiquette

For many travellers, business trips are more about survival than perfection. Morning-to-night mee...