Economic activities rely heavily on language as a symbol of interaction. In other words, economic man always puts the symbolic interactions to negotiate desires and hopes. The intersection between cultural anthropology and economics can be understood as in fulfillment of needs. The needs of human being are not included in cultural studies, but how the peoples needs are met is part of the culture. In other words, how human behaves to meet their material needs becomes the subjects of cultural, economics and business studies. Therefore this article is in attempts to give a description of a sketch of the relevance between anthropology and economics.