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Cuba PowerPoint Content

Cuba PowerPoint Content

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Business travel does not simply entail getting on a plane and going to a meeting. Often there are unforeseen cultural barriers, and with prior knowledge, these can be overcome to make your trip a success.
This Cuba PowerPoint will teach you about the country’s culture, customs, etiquette, cuisine and much more to assist you in your travels.
Did you know that the main island of Cuba is the 17th largest in the world? Or that the national bird of Cuba is the Tocororo?
This Cuba Power Point highlights these facts and much more including: 18 Points on General Information, 9 Points on Family Life, 24 Points on Food, 21 Points on Social Etiquette, 14 Points on Business Etiquette, and 8 Points on Trivia.
Business travel does not simply entail getting on a plane and going to a meeting. Often there are unforeseen cultural barriers, and with prior knowledge, these can be overcome to make your trip a success.
This Cuba PowerPoint will teach you about the country’s culture, customs, etiquette, cuisine and much more to assist you in your travels.
Did you know that the main island of Cuba is the 17th largest in the world? Or that the national bird of Cuba is the Tocororo?
This Cuba Power Point highlights these facts and much more including: 18 Points on General Information, 9 Points on Family Life, 24 Points on Food, 21 Points on Social Etiquette, 14 Points on Business Etiquette, and 8 Points on Trivia.

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Published by: Andrew E. Schwartz on Jun 07, 2011
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Cuba

Family Life

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Men are expected to be breadwinners Women are encouraged to work in a variety of professions such as professional, agricultural, and industrial occupations
± Women are still expected to take responsibility for housework and childcare

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Social Etiquette

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Being generous and hospitable is a highly valued quality
± Unlike in Central America, houses are not protected by metal fences, doors are left open, and visitors are always welcomed

Touching as a demonstration of affection is not taboo and does not carry a sexual connotation

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Business Etiquette

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Initiate the meeting with 5-15 minutes of small talk Most Cuban business officials speak English
± It is important to have an interpreter

It is acceptable to interrupt while a person is speaking

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Trivia

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The national flower of Cuba is commonly known as "flor de mariposa" (Butterfly Flower) The island of Cuba is the largest and 2nd most populous island of the Greater Antilles Cuba is the most populous insular nation in the Caribbean

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30 slides include: 18 Points on General Information, 9 Points on Family Life, 24 Points on Food, 21 Points on Social Etiquette, 14 Points on Business Etiquette, and 8 Points on Trivia.

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