Kazi and Kazi Tea

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Company Profile Kazi & Kazi tea Kazi & Kazi tea is the only substantial organic tea grower in Bangladesh. The tea garden is located at the Tetulia, the Northern district of Panchagar, only 50 km south of Darjeeling. Kazi and Kazi Tea is the pioneer of organic tea produced in Bangladesh and the first to be certified by international certifying authorities. Kazi & Kazi produces premium quality tea from their tea-estate. Their tea garden is the first and the largest tea garden in Bangladesh. Kazi & Kazi tea was most highly valued at the tea auction in 2004. Their premium quality tea is available in Bangladesh under the brand Kazi & Kazi, which is widely, accepted by the consumers as best quality tea in Bangladesh.…show more content…
Most of the Malaysians are hospitable. The Malaysians offer tea or coffee along with snacks to their guest. The guest must sip at least once to let accept the guest’s hospitality. Men dominate the society in Malaysia over women. Men are the decision maker in the family but in modern Malaysia this trend is decreasing and more power is going to the women. Greetings are dependent on the ethnicity of the person you are meeting. Handshake is normal in Malaysia. Most of the Malay women do not prefer to shake hands with men but with women. The businesspersons are very much friendly but formal and they prefer to exchange business cards in the first meeting. Malaysians rely on the non-verbal communication along with the normal conversation for the harmonious purpose. Malays prefer to give a hint rather than directly putting up a statement for both negative and positive purpose. Silence is a very important element in Malaysian communication and in the purpose of different negotiations. Malaysian people do not like to the people who vent their anger in public. It embarrasses them. Overall the communication purpose should be taking into account very carefully for success. Consumption Pattern According to a survey on the consumption pattern for Malaysian consumption pattern of Malaysian consumers in beverages it was

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