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24 May 2014 03:38

What kind of dresscode should we weared during business meeting?
What is the significant values of wearing the appropriate dresscode?
Is there any implications about it?
Thanks

24 May 2014 05:19

Simply we should wear the uniform of policemen!

24 May 2014 05:43

i thnk u shud wear ur best f0rmal attire..im n0t into business or i ddnt do meeting or whatso ever but 0nce i perf0rm a p0wer p0int presentati0n in fr0nt of my fell0w students and pr0fess0r who judges me well..my intruct0r says that u shud impress them 1st d way u dress up,then d way u talk,then h0w u present ur pr0posal and how u c0nvinced them and the whole total of ur idea..if ur wearing like a reggae teenager h0w can u win their trust to invest in ur idea or pr0p0sal?u shud act like a pr0fessi0nal and dress like a pr0fessi0nal..

Edited by quiete / 24 May 2014 05:44
24 May 2014 12:12

Thank u so much Quiet for your brief answer

24 May 2014 14:05

hmm...i think it depends on what ur bussiness is....u cant possibly wear a suit or a gown when ur a florist....i think its just have to be suitlable....clean...neat and decent

26 May 2014 04:08
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15 Oct 2016 16:54

Quote by clixsters
What kind of dresscode should we weared during business meeting?
What is the significant values of wearing the appropriate dresscode?
Is there any implications about it?
Thanks


The way you dress defines you.
If you want to impress someone, dress well.

Dress is a nonverbal thing which can attract people or not

Statistics show that impressions are determined by:
1. 55% by dress, act, talk, & walk through the door

2. 38% by the quality of your voice, grammar & confidence.

3. 7% by the words you choose to say.


In a survey, of more than 33% powerful businessmen claimed to know whether or not they would make a business connection with someone from the clothes within 90 seconds.

Business world has made standard for how someone should be dressed. It is claimed to not overly fashionable or trendy and/or wearing bightly-colored clothing is bad.