5 Idioms you need to learn for business

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Are you thinking about moving to a English country to look for a new job? Do you have to sell your product to English speaking customers?… Whatever the case may be, if you want to be successful in business with English speaking people, these idioms will definitely help you. By using them you will look more fluent and sound more trustworthy.

  1. Stay on top of things: Stay aware of what is happening, to keep well-informed.
    It’s important to stay on top of things if you want to move quickly and get good results in your company.

  2. To dot your i’s and cross your t’s: To do something paying attention to details and very carefully.
    Before handing over the project let’s make sure we dot the i’s and cross the t’s.

  3. Word of mouth (advertising / marketing): Consumers express in an oral or written form how much they like our product; it is an unpaid promotion.
    Word of mouth marketing is the best promotion your product can have.

  4. From the ground up: Start something from the very beginning, thoroughly; usually used when you have managed to make it successful.
    They built the company and their products from the ground up.

  5. To be ahead of the game: To have an advantage over your competitors, to react quickly.
    She started the research sooner than anybody else, that’s why she is now ahead of the game.

Do you know any other useful one for business? Feel free to comment and share them with us!

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