Planning a business dinner? Make the best impression

05/30/2013 | Entrepreneur online

One secret to having a productive business dinner with clients is to learn as much as you can about them beforehand. "If you find a hobby in common, you can steer the conversation to 'stumble on' that commonality," suggests Deborah Goldstein, a founder of Goldie's Table Manners. It's a good idea to show up at the restaurant before the scheduled time, to eat at about the same pace as your fellow diners and to prepay the bill, experts say.

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