As the business world gets smaller due to globalization, it’s not uncommon to have work colleagues who live in other parts of the world. While feeling closer knit within a community is a good thing, there are still cultural differences that exist and these need to be understood and accepted. Dining is one of those major differences that could make or break a business relationship. When traveling on your next business trip, update your knowledge about basic good dining etiquette. The following infographic comes from Ms. Whitteberry and her post in iOffice.

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