Hello students I am Elliot and today I'm showing you how to become a buisness man. First step Dress Code.
You cannot be wearing a sweater and track pants when presenting your business in France.
Alright lets begin
Thats good, see your getting the hang of it. This is a good way to start so you could cooperate with your team .
Now that you are well dressed it is time for you learn French. because France in order to communicate you need to learn french
Okay lets start off with something simple "Bonjour"
Management becomes an intellectual challenge to be mastered and thought about in terms of detailed analysis, the complete mastery of complex concepts and the eventual application of rational decisions.
here are some papers to help you learn on investments to make and how to manage your buisness
Can you briefly explain this
Now that you understand the basics now we move on to finances
Meetings, which take place between peers and without the presence of a more senior figure, will be much more open and less rigid. Open debate will often be seen in such situations and this debate can often become heated – especially when people are defending the validity of their own cherished logic.
So everyone gets to say something during these meetings
Women In Buisness
Women are gaining an increasingly prominent position in French business life – with particularly strong representation in retail and service industries. Once again, the prerequisite for success as a woman is to have achieved a suitable level of education.
This is an example of a women in business
Ten Tips In Business
Now that you know things in business use these tips to form your own business .
Tip 1.Educational background and intellectual dexterity are important commodities in France. Tip 2.French government and industry have traditionally had a closer relationship than has been in evidence in many other industrialised nations and this has resulted in many senior civil servants taking senior roles in industry. Tip 3. Long-term planning has been a central tenet of the French approach for many decades and leads to detailed forward planning by companies.