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Go Global, Increase Profits: How To Create A Thriving Export Business
Exporting offers businesses the opportunity to build upon domestic success. Simply put, it is one of the best ways to grow your business. With the volume of trade growing and barriers to trade falling, competition in a company’s domestic market is intensifying particularly from foreign competitors.
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14 Tips On How To Create A Winning International Marketing Strategy

Manufacturing, Localization, Digital Print & Media, Translation, International Trade

We recently published an article on how the benefits of exporting include an increase in market share and profits for manufacturers looking to build upon domestic success.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

How To Create A Thriving Export Business [Guide]

Manufacturing, Localization, Translation, Corporate, International Trade

Why Export?

Exporting offers businesses the opportunity to build upon domestic success. Simply put, it is one of the best ways to grow your business.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Advice For New Translators [Expert Round Up]

Translation, Popular, Linguists

Having worked in the language services industry for 10+ years, one of the questions I get asked the most by multilingual friends is “how do I apply to be a translator?!”.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

The New Norm: Multilingual SEO & Website Translation

Digital Print & Media, Translation, Corporate

Multilingual SEO

If you do business internationally or within markets that speak different languages (many consumers in the USA speak Spanish, etc), you may have considered the need for multilingual SEO (search engine optimization) and website localization.

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Lia Mitchell
Lia Mitchell

Can I Translate My Own Birth Certificate For USCIS?

Translation, Popular

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) demands that all foreign language documents are translated into English. One of the most common documents necessary for a smooth immigration is your birth certificate.

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Brandon Choquette
Brandon Choquette

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

The Most Glamorous Career You’ve Never Thought Of

Translation, Culture

What comes to mind when you imagine a glamorous career? Movie stars? High profile CEOs? Secret agents? Or perhaps a globe-trotting interpreter or translator? The last option may not have immediately come to mind for the readers here in the United States but there are places in the world where it would.

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Lia Mitchell
Lia Mitchell

Human vs Machine : What’s the Future of Translation?

Translation

I admit it, I use Google Translate on a fairly regular basis. Mostly for casual word checks or to double check phrases people text me that I’m not totally certain of. Especially when I have a feeling they are trying to be funny. However, when the latter is the situation, I often find that Google helps very little because computer translation isn’t yet firm on its handle of local slang or words which have various local contexts. Then, yesterday, whilst in an international conference fully supported by simultaneous interpretation, I found myself marveling at the human ability to hear and translate in real time with little margin of error. There’s no way machine translation could piece together the witty banter between the two English executives and spit it out to a Colombian audience effectively, right? So when it comes to translation, where DO we stand in the humans vs machines race? How far away are we from a sci-fi reality?

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Lia Mitchell
Lia Mitchell

What's The Difference Between an Interpreter and a Translator? [Infographic]

Translation, Language Service Provider, Interpreting

“We need a translator for an appointment next week.” “Do you have a Spanish translator available?” These are questions we hear all the time when speaking with clients. While using “interpreter” and “translator” interchangeably isn’t exactly an insult, it is incorrect. Although many people use the terms synonymously and they both transfer meaning between languages, the actual professions and skill sets needed couldn’t be more different!

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Successfully Prepare For Your Translation Projects

Translation, Corporate

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. A poor translation can negate the work that has gone into your business. Don’t choose just any translation services, this article offers tips on how to find the best suited translation agency. Once you have found an agency to partner with, you can just send over the documents you need translated, right? Technically, yes, but there are many benefits to properly preparing documents for translation.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano