Tag Archive: #languages

18 Tips for Creating a Well-Optimized LinkedIn Account

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 400 million members in over 200 countries and territories across…

Connor Brooke
June 12, 2016

Multi-Language B2B Market Development: Beyond Words

The European Union (EU) is the world’s largest economy, towering over the US, China and India respectively by quite…

James Spillane
February 4, 2016
B2B Marketing

Language Integration and Outsourcing: The New Way of Doing Business

Learning a new language is a huge task for most people but the benefits that shortly come after can…

Connor Brooke
November 28, 2014

Transcreation Made Simple

So you’ve heard of translation – the process of converting text in one language into another – but have…

Connor Brooke
January 17, 2014

Cutting and Pasting — And Other Not-So-Sophisticated Language Translation Processes to Ditch

Inefficient . . . chaotic . . . overwhelmed. These are a few words that the main project requestor…

Jay Leonard
December 31, 2013
Tech & Gadgets

5 Shocking Statements About Translation Even Smart People Make

When you work in the translation industry, you come across a lot of people with funny ideas about what…

James Spillane
November 18, 2013
Content Marketing

50 Awesome Facts About Languages [Infographic]

Although a quarter of the world have some knowledge of English, there are 7,000 recognised languages spoken across the…

James Spillane
October 25, 2013

Top 5 Languages to Learn for Business

If you want to be successful in business, you need to acquire numerous skills. Aside from marketing, management, accounting,…

Jay Leonard
April 15, 2013
Trends & News

Addendum – About Cultural Types, European Culture and Intercultural Competence

As an addendum to my last post on cultural types, European culture and intercultural competence I have at least…

Alan Draper
October 24, 2012

Transcreation: When Translation isn’t Enough

Whats Transcreation? The term ‘transcreation’, a combination of translation and re-creation, isn’t yet a mainstream term but its significance…

Connor Brooke
October 9, 2012

The Language of Web Content: Creating Global Websites

A decade ago, English was the internet’s lingua franca and foreign language content was sparse on the web. However,…

Connor Brooke
October 9, 2012
Online Marketing

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