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Your company takes pride in its products, services, and professionalism. Consider the time, costs, and effort that goes into running a successful business. When you need translation services for a current client or new strategic direction, the same qualification should also be held for your company documents that need translation.
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Chris Amorosino

Chris John Amorosino spent 18 years writing business communications for an insurance company, the state’s largest daily newspaper, and an international trade association. In 1995 he founded Amorosino Writing, LLC and has written for Aetna, ESPN, GE, The Hartford, Hasbro, Otis, St. Francis Care, Prudential, Voya (formerly ING), and many other clients. Chris has conduct more than 30 business writing workshops for hundreds of executives. He’s the coauthor of the book, Don’t Get Fooled Again: A Decision Maker’s Guide to Market Research with Walter H. Zultowski, Ph.D.
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Critical Times When Your Business Needs Translation Services

Translation

Not every business needs translation services but many do. How can you tell if document translation would help your bottom line? Here are eight rather critical situations when translation services could help your business grow and thrive.

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Chris Amorosino
Chris Amorosino

Emoji Mistranslation

Culture, Language

If you’re a frequent reader of this blog you remember that last year we did a three part series of emojis (see the links below). This year, in the rapidly evolving world of translation, we need an update.

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Chris Amorosino
Chris Amorosino

Speaking Spanish? White House Says No, But U.S. Businesses Say Yes.

Corporate, Language

Shortly after U.S. President Donald Trump took office the Spanish language resources on the official White House website were eliminated. Some say the White House will eventually restore the Spanish pages. They also point out that the old pages from when Barack Obama was President are still available. But now, more than five months into the new administration, if you prefer to communicate in Spanish you’re out of luck at the White House official website.

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Chris Amorosino
Chris Amorosino

Business in Brazil? Know the Customs and Culture.

Culture

Globalization means doing business in other countries is getting easier and more frequent. You’re wise to know and observe the proper business etiquette and customs of the local population because they vary greatly. iTi checked in with Executive Planet and Cyborlink, websites considered reliable information sources for international business etiquette, manners, and cross cultural communication, to create this list of insights. We also found etiquette tips from the Business Insider helpful. Here are a few tips if you’re conducting business in Brazil. Of course, not all guidelines work in all situations but the following are generally applicable.

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Chris Amorosino
Chris Amorosino