Cultural Note


Direct confrontation is considered impolite. Do not ask questions that require a value judgment (for example, “Which of these competing products is the best ?”). Use subtle questions, and work your way toward the answer (“Which of these competing products do you use?”). Do not make assumptions about the answer (for example, “So you use this one because it is best?” will probably elicit a “yes”, even if the true reason is because a relative sells that brand).

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About Yariv Gai Profile

When it comes to jewelry marketing, finding success and gaining clients takes more than basic marketing knowledge. Thatױs where I come into the picture. My name is Yariv Gai and my business is jewelry marketing in international market. With seven years experience in the Thai business environment, Iױve gained strong marketing and sales skills for the jewelry industry. I know all there is to know about Jewelry sourcing, Jewelry development, Jewelry Fairs and the online marketing of numerous jewelry products. Iױm also a highly experienced manager with an extensive business development track record among both Thai and international companies. Through these past experiences and the growth of my company, Nam Chai, Iױve been able to help numerous jewelry companies attract more clients as well as grow and expand through the addition of sourcing factories in Asia. My company, Nam Chai has been crucial in expanding my knowledge of international online marketing and in building the strong relationships I have in the business community of Bangkok, key local and international companies, and the wide expat community of Thailand. As a company, Nam Chai provides Online awarness and helping buyers source the right Jewelry factories. In a sense, we bring the communities of the world together. Both my fluency in the Thai language and my ability to learn quickly have created growth in this company and enabled us to reach out to businesses around the world - businesses just like you.
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