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Essential business etiquette and cultural intelligence of the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan.
Customer service in Japan is a highly developed art form, and it is not surprising to know that a same level of service would be expected whilst abroad. Bring on Japanese “Omotenashi” (Service - Japanese-style!). “Omotenashi” means "to welcome guests wholeheartedly." It comes from the verb "motenasu" which means "to make welcome" or "to entertain".
‘Japanese Business Etiquette’ is one of the most frequently searched business - related keywords worldwide according to Google.
Hack Japanese Business Etiquette with our quick guide:
The EdTech universe is filled with words and acronyms that are highly technical and field specific. Just this week I received an email from a colleague with the subject line "xAPI and LRS for mLMS" which made perfect sense to me but not to someone who is not familiar with the jargon which we are so used to working on eLearning projects. Here I share 12 online acronyms you need to know that will not surprise you the next time you come across them.
Food idioms in languages point out a very particular aspect of each food, often tickling the funny bone. Here are a few examples in popular languages: