Etiquette and Protocol Training
for Professional Development
Tea and Etiquette - Civil, Trendy and a "Tonic in a Teapot"
Visit the east and west coasts and you will find afternoon tea rapidly replacing power lunches as executives choose to conduct business over a steaming cup of tea and a few finger sandwiches. Busy Americans are beginning to value tea drinking as an easy, relaxed way to entertain clients.
Afternoon tea is lighter on the expense account; it involves less food and doesn't include alcohol. These qualities make it more appealing to those who don't have a lot of time to spare and want a relaxing setting where business can be discussed with minimal interruption.
Choose your tea theme for a delightful afternoon of "Civili-Tea."
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