This report provides a comprehensive view of the The Bahamas’s society and culture in 20 categories including language, cuisine, greetings and courtesies, holidays and festivals, music, religion, superstitions, time orientation, women in culture and business, and others.
This is our most popular report and is used by everyone from diplomats on foreign assignment to middle-school students for country reports for school projects, from pleasure travelers on cultural tours to national defense agency personnel, and from business negotiators to marketing professionals.
Content: This The Bahamas—Culture Report contains 20 content modules, 30+ photographs, and a minimum of 44 pages of editorial.
The 20 content modules for The Bahamas are:
- Country Overview
- Country Facts
- Culture Overview
- Gift Giving
- Greetings and Courtesies
- Music Overview
- Name Structure
- National Cuisine
- Religion Overview
- Spoken Languages
- Superstitions and Folklore
- Time Orientation
- Women in Business
- Women in Culture
- Political Map
- Physical Map
Users: World Trade Press country reports are used extensively by diplomats, travelers, global businesses, students, teachers, government officials, trade promotion organizations, international banks, NGOs, and agencies of foreign governments.
Note: This report is drawn from the World Trade Press proprietary “Global Knowledgebase” which is continuously updated by our global team of researchers, writers, cartographers, photographers, illustrators, government sources, and contract information providers. All reports are generated in real time and contain the most current information available.
Report Date: September 21, 2023
Delivery Format: PDF download in letter (8.5” x 11”) format.
Usage: For individual and small group usage only. Not for reproduction, distribution, or posting.
Copyright: Copyright 1993–2023 by World Trade Press. All Rights Reserved.
Price: US$9.00 / €9,00