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Intercultural Business Communications

Writing effective intercultural business communication involves knowing your audience well. Effective business communication directed at an intercultural audience typically includes a review process to mitigate misunderstandings due to linguistic and cultural differences. Cultural stability, complexity, composition and attitudes all affect communication. Your message may need adjustment for different groups of people. Consult with other people who have done business in cultures you are unfamiliar with to learn about its history, religion, politics and customs. Step  1 Create an outline for the business communication you need to generate. This might be an email message, technical proposal, policy document or customer service report. Select the method of organization, based on your audience need. Choose order of importance, chronological or alphabetical depending on your content. List items of interest from the specific to general or general to specific depending on what m