Meeting Archive:
Maneuvering the Table: Middle Eastern and American Dining

Meeting Description:
Have you found yourself in a formal dining setting over business, unsure of how to maneuver the table? Perhaps it was a dinner for determining a job offer. Or perhaps a “late” lunch with your prospective client in the Middle East. 
In today’s global business environment, it is more imperative than ever to socialize and conduct business at the table. There is no better (or worse) place to make an impression. In our upcoming webinar, we will take you on a culinary journey from Washington D.C. to Dubai, United Arab Emirates to explore dining customs and guide you in managing the table. 
Join us on August 23, 2017 | 1:00-2:00 PM EDT to…
1. Learn how to maneuver the table in the United States and Middle East.
2. Gain essential cultural tips and insights to help you dine like a local. 
Date: Wed, Aug 23, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Myra Andrews
 Presenter Information
Pamela Eyring
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Pamela Eyring is the president and owner of The Protocol School of Washington®. With more than three decades of public and private sector experience in operational protocol and educational development, Pamela has extensive knowledge of US and international practices and is a global thought leader in the etiquette and protocol industry. Currently, she oversees the national and international operations of the PSOW in Washington, DC, Columbia, SC and Dubai.

Saeed Al-Salkhadi
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Saeed Al-Salkhadi is The Protocol School of Washington’s® Managing Director in the Gulf and Middle East region, born and raised in Abu Dhabi. Prior to joining the School in 2011, Mr. Al-Salkhadi worked at the Regional Office (in Dubai, UAE) of Delos Living, an American Group specializing in Wellness Real Estate, where he held the post of Director of Business Development. He also had the distinction of being among the first ten staff members to join the prestigious mega-project “Jebel Ali Airport City” (2006).