In Japan Business card is known as Japanese “Meishi”. There are lots of manners and etiquettes that are available to exchanging of the business cards. To adjust in Japan you have to maintain and abide by some rules.
Respect Followed with the Cards
In western culture the business cards are not of that value. But showing respect during exchanging cards is must as it is one of the important rules among the business cultures. Attending a meeting in Thailand without business cards is not expected there.
Importance of Thai Business Cards
Japanese business cards or Meishi can give you the opportunity to accompany with others in Japan. It would bring the identity of yours to them to which they trust.
Dual Sided Business Cards
Always remember to bring business cards during the tour of Japan. It would be better if you print the English in one side and Japanese in other side. Double sided business cards are better to show respect to them. The culture of bringing the cards to a meeting should not be undermined.
We make and translate business cards in Japanese language with expert hands. You can use the dual language cards in all the cities of Thailand. In front part the Thai language and in the back part the English language is given.
Details at the Cards
You can put all the details you require. Just mail us the information and get your expected ones. You can help from the Frequent Ask questions too. If any further things you need then you may contact us.
Order & Printing Process
After all the things are done please help us by processing your order. You may have the printed copy on your premises by the fast courier service.
Let’s know some etiquette to follow during the exchange of business cards
Always follow the chain of command rule to exchange the card. Let your senior to exchange first.
It’s humble to exchange the cards in both hands. The Thai people feel the attention by this.
You have to make sure that the front or Thai side is appeared to the people receive. They have to see the Thai part at the first sight of the view.
They have to see and read clearly the whole part. Never cover the logo or other important contents during exchanging.
If you have a Japanese business card holders then use your right hand to exchange the card. The holder will be in your left hand.
There will be time when you receive the cards from other persons. Then you have to receive with right hands and say thank you or “Choudai itashimasu”.
When you have to give the Thai business cards to several persons one after another, then put all the cards in a holder in table. Always remember to side up the Thai part.
So a long part depends on not only coming with the cards but also following a bunch of etiquette.
So get ready with the best part of the experience to use the business card exchange etiquette