Orsolya Vásárhelyi

Orsolya Vásárhelyi

fellow of Bridge Budapest, NNG, India, Japan, South-Korea, 2015

Orsolya Vásárhelyi

fellow of Bridge Budapest, NNG, India, Japan, South-Korea, 2015

Chaos, traffic jams, and success in high heels

Everybody is always late in the never-ending traffic jams, so journalists are visited in person before press conferences, and the events are held twice to have everyone arrive on time. But most importantly, the number of successful businesswomen is growing. Orsi Vásárhelyi accompanied two executives of NNG in Asia from Dubai to Tokyo, and here is the second part of her travel experiences: India.

Knee-length skirt and jacket: how do women do business in Dubai?

A lot of questions are swirling in my head, I am excited, and also a bit frustrated, whether my clothes are going to fit Dubai business life? It is 40 degrees outside, while it is 23 inside, this and my stereotypical thoughts about Arabian culture – it’s a complete chaos. I can see a lot of options from tourist women wearing shorts to chador, but the most common attire is long-sleeved pants with elbow-length tops.

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