Level 1, 2 & 3 Russian with Business Correspondence Training: Get up to speed with the Russian Business etiquette and hospitality with our exclusive Russian language bundle. This programme will help you reach your language learning objectives effectively. Russian is derived from the Old East Slavic, and as such, shares strong similarities with Belorussian and Ukrainian. Russia is a land rich in literature, philosophy, classical music, ballet, architecture and technology. Located in Eurasia (the combined continental landmass of Europe and Asia), it is one of the most popular countries in the world. The official language is Russian but there are 27 other languages co-official in various regions throughout the country. The Trans-Siberian Railway spans almost all the way across the country, making it the single longest railway in the world? The 9200km(5700 miles) railway departs in Moscow and crosses into Asia. Trade between the business world and Russia is on the rise, especially in construction, industry and information technology and despite the recent wobble with the rouble, Russians are Europe’s fastest growing outbound travel group, reaching 31.5 million trips in 2013. When it comes to building business relationships, Russians can be very wary. It is favourable to establish relationships based on personal levels and through a social circle. Make sure you have what it takes to woo your Russian customers.
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