Terri Morrison is president of Getting Through Customs, Inc., the most recognized Internet product and training firm for global business travelers. Her clients include multinationals such as AT&T, IBM, and DuPont, and universities such as Cornell, Harvard, and Oxford. She conducts seminars in intercultural communications and has written for many publications, including American Airlines' magazine American Way, Swissair's Gazette, and Industry Week online. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Charlie Rose, Bloomberg, and repeatedly on NPR. She has been profiled and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Asia Times, ComputerWorld, Investor's Weekly, Fast Company, USA Today, and Fortune magazine. She lives in Newtown Square, PA.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the nuances of other cultures is laid out in this book in a lucid and interesting manner. A must-read for international business!Published 1 month ago by Jose Negrette
As someone who works with people from many different cultures, I can tell you that this book is an incredibly helpful guide. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Seabrook
This has been a life saver, and great explainer. I work with clients all over the world and this has made it easier to do business and yo know what to expect from most... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Princesazteca
for anyone who travels. A good-to-know overall book that not only helps with customs and cultures but also helps you to understand where you are going.Published 3 months ago by yarrow pallo
Very good reference for academic research. A little too scholarly for me but a good guide to other authorities and books.Published 4 months ago by M. G. Puziak
The information is very important when doing business in different countries. It is accurate and well written. It is a great resource for anyone traveling around the world.Published 4 months ago by George Griffin
Very practical information for anyone who travels overseas on business or deals with people from other countries on a regular basis. Read morePublished 5 months ago by alexiart