Business Class to: Mexico
Arriving on time for a meeting is very important, even though you may have to wait 30 minutes or more.
Before getting down to business start with 5-15 minutes for small talk . Allow your host to begin the business discussion and if offered something to drink, don't refuse.
Mexicans value close relationship, therefore, it is important to avoid direct selling or pressure tactics. Mexicans can become animated when negotiating, so, be sure to not mistake this aggression. When negotiations are finished, return to the small talk.
For men: stylish yet classic dark colored suits with shirt and ties.
For women: stylish yet classic business suits or dresses and matching shoes.
Titles & Business Cards
Titles are very important, it is best to address people directly by using their professional title or Mr., Mrs. or Miss, followed by the surname.
The best is to have one side of your business card translated into Spanish and present that side to your customer.
A taco is a traditional Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around with a variety of fillings.
A chipotle is a smoke-dried jalapeño, it si spicy as the Hungarian wax pepper and Tabasco sauce.
An enchilada is a corn tortilla rolled around a filling and covered with a chili pepper sauce.