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    Greeting cards were first introduced back when the Egyptians and Romans had their form of gift giving. This lead to the process of greeting card production starting in the early 1900’s and created a variety of cards for different occasions. The first company in the industry to mass produce greeting cards was American Greetings in 1906. Its rival Hallmark was introduced in 1910 and has been the leader in the industry since it started (S. Papson). According to E. West (2007), Hallmark loyalty tries to keep the business and selling content to a minimum and focuses mainly on the emotional message on the cards. West also talks about how Hallmark conducts surveys for customers and uses the results to create a new line of cards. That being said, Hallmark wants to…

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    While a degree in business or anything relating to the field may be useful, it is not necessary to start a business. And for some people, going to college with the long term goal of having their own business is not the best option. There are over a hundred entrepreneurs who succeeded without a college degree. An example of one of these entrepreneurs is Joyce Hall, the founder of Hallmark. His business is well known for its greeting cards and although he passed away decades ago the brand remains…

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    How could anyone ruin a handshake? This experience rarely happens in Hawai’i, but frequent when meeting others of diverse backgrounds. In The International Bank of Bob, the author, Bob Harris, quotes that, “I’m still awkward about where to put my own hand in response, so I make a joke out of it, and Hamid and I share a fun moment of goofing around (6).” There are many ways of meeting new people, such as a handshake and a hug and kiss, but no one is expected to know which gesture to use when…

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    Even sending money worldwide with just a few clicks away online, it has became more time-saving for us. Few years back people are still sending snail mails and greeting cards, now everything is digitized to make it on time to the receiver, its just a one click away and you can received a birthday card greeting through text customized just the way the sender want it. It makes us think that what happened to the traditional way of doing things. According to Ball (2012), “Some of the best thoughts…

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    The greeting that best identifies the scenario is near-boundary occurrence because the greeting mainly occurred at the beginning of the social interaction. The greeting was a combination of formal and informal because the women in her early thirties politely said, “Buenos Dias (Good Morning)” followed by a handshake. Due to the handshake I infer that there is a formal boundary between the family and the women. On the contrary the male in his early thirties greeted the older couple also by saying…

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    The Polish culture is a unique blend of Latin and Byzantine cultures and was further engendered by the numerous European occupations, throughout its history. Polish people are friendly and like to show affection while interact with others. “The word "czesc" is Polish for "hi", however, even an English "hello" is guaranteed to start an avalanche of greetings with faces beaming, all around. The first few minutes of any meeting are spent in greeting each other and shaking hands. Familiarity is…

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    How could anyone ruin a handshake? This experience rarely happens in Hawai’i, but frequent when meeting others of diverse backgrounds. In The International Bank of Bob, the author, Bob Harris, quotes that, “I’m still awkward about where to put my own hand in response, so I make a joke out of it, and Hamid and I share a fun moment of goofing around (6).” There are many ways of meeting new people, such as a handshake and a hug and kiss, but no one is expected to know which gesture to use when…

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    or normal behavior, and each civilization is different. There are many allowed behaviors as well as restrictions in how one should conduct themselves in specific instances and situations. According to, Moveoneinc.com, various greeting customs around the world include…

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    sign of a thumbs up or more like a compressed thumb and if he was slayed they would give a sign of thumbs down like they were stabbing him with a sword. This type of hand gesture has evolved over the years and we now use it in America as positive and negative signs when something is good or bad. Body gestures and hand gestures have been used all over the world to communicate with out using words instead of shouting across a sports field during a game or a room so no one knows what you and the…

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