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Shopping online can help save time and money. Online shoppers who use Amazon to shop online enjoy the convenience of searching for products, and selecting from a wide selection of items. With thousands of products and services to choose from, you can shop 24/7, from anywhere. Order items by shopping for what you are looking for and find the lowest prices, highest rated popular items for a specific product or product category, and read helpful recommendations from buyers who have already purchased the product!

Amazon offers several types of Amazon Business Account subscriptions available for businesses. Place an order using an Amazon Business Account, receive discount prices, and have items delivered within the United States or internationally with free shipping on eligible orders. Amazon also offers helpful resources for businesses sharing online articles and videos on a variety of topics. Do you have purchases you buy on a regular basis? Business and personal accounts can be set-up to automatically place orders and ship products on a regular basis. Subscribing to Amazon Business saves time and money, helping businesses focus on growing their business.

Amazon offers millions of products to 1.2 billion people in approximately 60 countries worldwide. The e-commerce site is available in almost as many languages and dialects through Amazon Translate. For businesses who conduct business internationally, Amazon offers Amazon Global Selling. Globally, Amazon has had a significant influence by being an online portal for e-commerce. The e-commerce site has contributed to streamlining business by virtually eliminating business cultural differences with business practices, currency conversions, and language barriers. Bringing the world together and increasing revenue is as easy as making things click.

Making Sense of Culture
Today’s culture has lost many of the formal business practices with business conducted in-person. Modern business seems to prefer a more casual style, that has led to a compromise in the standard of etiquette. Whether B-to-B , B-to-C, or within the work environment, this change of etiquette is most significant within the United States. As a country that is seen as progressive and a world leader, is this acceptable? I would say not.

Trying to change a country can be a big task, and can take decades. The last 50 years has seen an increase of digression with our culture. While these changes have led to open communication and a casualness that may seem more welcoming, it has in fact opened the door for rudeness beyond measure in the way we talk to each other and treat one another. This digression in culture has come so far that it is not even recognizable to most or even questioned as wrong.

Individuals can make a difference in how they act on a daily basis and in how they communicate. Within everyday culture, and within business culture, there is a high degree of not accepting people by those living within the United States. Stereotypes are quickly formed as to whether a person is accepted or not, based on religion, beliefs, race, ability or any other reason. By learning about these differences rather than stereotyping them, and by responding with open-mindedness, politeness and with positivity, teams can be more effective and businesses more successful.

Internationally I think we as Americans also have a responsibility to have a greater standard of etiquette toward other cultures. Americans typically have the lowest tolerance of any country to other people. As a melting pot, this is surprising. Many Americans traveling abroad, expect to be catered to, snub their nose at the practices of other cultures, and even make belittling comments. There needs to be a greater tolerance of others overall, on a daily basis, within work environments, and internationally on both the business and social level.

Conducting business online bypasses much of this which is a benefit to businesses. As we have to deal with people less, hidden behind our technology, it is apparent it is the only way we can seem to get along. Wouldn’t it be better to try to learn to be more polite and feed each other’s human spirit in person with positivity rather than intolerance and rudeness that wastes time, causes conflict and busts morale? It’s everyone’s business to clean up etiquette and respect.

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Books
The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business
by Erin Meyer
An international business expert helps you understand and navigate cultural differences in this insightful and practical guide, perfect for both your work and personal life. In The Culture Map, INSEAD professor Erin Meyer is your guide through this subtle, sometimes treacherous terrain in which people from starkly different backgrounds are expected to work harmoniously together. She provides a field-tested model for decoding how cultural differences impact international business, and combines a smart analytical framework with practical, actionable advice.

Bridging the Culture Gap: A Practical Guide to International Business Communication
by Penny Carte and Chris Fox
As globalization continues to gather momentum, the contact between business people from other countries is becoming more and more frequent. The more national boundaries a company crosses, the greater the scope for misunderstanding and conflict. To succeed internationally, it is essential to be able to break the barriers of culture, language and set patterns of thinking. Readers will learn how to interpret a company’s “party line,” communicate with style, get their message across, be sensitive to other cultures, and ultimately win the deal. This updated edition also includes a new chapter on making oneself understood in “offshore” English. Packed with cases, cultural awareness scales, communication tests and practical tips, this lively guide will help anyone of any nationality become a better communicator


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