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conservative yet stylish suits with shirts and ties
stylish business suits or dresses and blouses. Make-up and accessories are usually worn
Titles are important and it is best to address people directly by using Mr., Mrs., or Miss, followed by the surname. Note: Señor is for Mr., " Señora " is Mrs. and "Señorita" is Miss.
TITLES & BUSINESS CARDS
Arriving on time for a meeting is important.Interrupting someone who is speaking is common, as is having several people speaking at once.
Final decisions tend to come down to chemistry. Remain cool and professional; avoid any sort of confrontation and do not resort to hard sell tactics. Spaniards tend to take time when negotiating. Do not rush them or appear impatient.
Gifts are not generally exchanged at initial business meetings. If invited over for dinner or a drink to a Spaniard’s home, you should always bring a gift.
Direct eye contact tends to be the norm and is expected and appreciated