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3 CORNER TICKET GOLD Junior Woe, F1 GRAND PRIX VON ÖSTERREICH € 344,50
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French Formula 1 Grand Prix

Le Castellet - Circuit Paul Ricard

28.06.2020
Ważne zawiadomienie: Grand Prix Francji nie odbędzie się w 2020 roku. Jesteśmy już w kontakcie z organizatorem w sprawie dalszego postępowania. Prosimy o odrobinę cierpliwości. Wszystkie dalsze informacje otrzymają Państwo drogą mailową.

French Formula 1 Grand Prix

28.06.2020 | Le Castellet - Circuit Paul Ricard

Ważne zawiadomienie: Grand Prix Francji nie odbędzie się w 2020 roku. Jesteśmy już w kontakcie z organizatorem w sprawie dalszego postępowania. Prosimy o odrobinę cierpliwości. Wszystkie dalsze informacje otrzymają Państwo drogą mailową.


Business

Statistics:

Germany, Spain, Italy, US, Belgium, UK.



Economy:

An economic powerhouse, France has the third largest economy in Europe after Germany and the United Kingdom.

The service industry accounts for 79% of its GDP in 2017 - this is hardly surprising given the fact that France is one of the most visited countries in the world and the tourism sector employs about 10% of the workforce directly or indirectly.

Manufacturing, spanning from vehicles, chemicals, metallurgy, mechanical engineering, electronics, food, to textiles, is also a major component of the economy.

After President Emmanuel Macron entered in 2017, he launched a series of economic reforms to improve economic growth. In 2018, Macron's new budget cuts increased the country's purchasing power and propelled private investment.



Business Etiquette:

Businesspeople are expected to dress smartly; men in suits and women in chic business wear. Prior appointments are expected and the use of business cards is usual. While knowledge of French is a distinct advantage in business dealings, it is sometimes considered impolite to start a conversation in French and then have to revert to English.

Business meetings tend to be formal and business decisions are taken only after lengthy discussion. When conducting business, entertaining is usually held in restaurants, and the first meeting is devoted to establishing a relationship.

It is customary to address colleagues with the appropriate Madame, Monsieur, Professeur or Docteur followed by the surname and a handshake. The informal word for 'you' - 'tu' - should only be used once the other person has started to use this him/herself. Business cards (preferably in French and English) should be presented.

After an initial meeting, kissing on the cheek is the norm. Always say goodbye to people one by one at the end of an event or else you will risk the term: filer à l’anglaise (literally 'to leave the English way'), which is not a good thing.

France has a 35-hour working week and office hours are generally between Monday-Friday 0830/0900-1700/1800, with a one- or two-hour lunch break during the day. Some offices close early on Friday afternoon.

In Paris, firmness, not rudeness, is in order. Small talk is an essential part of doing business in Paris, so it is wise to do a quick refresher on French politics and culture prior to the meeting and to take your time getting to the talk of business. Business lunches, working dinners and breakfast meetings are common. In addition, whoever fixes the meeting is expected to settle the bill. At formal dinners, diners must wait for the most important guest or the host to give the signal to start eating. Conducting business in August is best avoided as many people take the month off.

Generally Mon-Fri 0900-1200, 1400-1800.



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