Intercultural Training

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Our world today involves constant communication between people of varied cultures and backgrounds. Since there is no universal language, and there are marked differences between worldwide cultures, there is a high importance of intercultural training. The phrase "intercultural training" is defined by an ability to understand differences in cultures, so as to increase the communication capacity. With communication, there is increased marketing potential, which makes cross-culture business much easier.

The benefits of this training can be very profitable for businesses worldwide. There are several universal differences between cultures that can hinder business transactions, therefore, having someone who is trained to understand these differences is essential.

Marketing to different countries can be much easier with a base knowledge of that country's social norms, customs, and history. This is definitely an area where intercultural training is paramount. With a better understanding of a specific culture, it is much easier to complete good marketing strategies and other business transactions.

Another business-related benefit of intercultural training is an increase in positive business relations. What this means, is that a company will have a much easier time maintaining a strong and beneficial relationship with their intercultural clients. Good relationships are also essential for profitable marketing strategies in worldwide commerce.

One of the most important aspects of intercultural training is the ability to understand the laws and social rules of different cultures. Without training to understand these aspects of a culture, it would be very difficult to complete successful business transactions, or even simple social interactions. If a law or unspoken social rule is violated in a culture, it sometimes creates an irreversible break in a relationship, business or otherwise.

In all, it's easy to understand the importance of intercultural training, in business, marketing, commerce, and social relations. It's an essential skill if you hope to have any contact or business with people from other cultures.

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Patrick is the co-founder and owner of Dyyo Studios, an Internet marketing firm based out of Raleigh, NC. His other interests include programming, consulting, website design, and competitive gaming at a professional level. You can check out his blog here:

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This article was published on 2010/03/29