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European finishing schools were once reserved for well-to-do young women looking to polish their social skills for entry into high society. As women progressed from the dining room to the boardroom, finishing schools the world over have adapted to address the business etiquette needs of both men and women – crucial for the increasingly global nature of today’s corporations and workplaces.

“Business today is fast paced, competitive and driven by our ability to build trust and rapport with our colleagues and clients,” says Australian Finishing School director Amanda King. “Many of us find ourselves travelling and building relationships with people across international borders, where manners and expectations might be different from

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