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How On-Site Translations Can Help Your Business

Businesses are always looking to expand their markets once they reach a certain level of success, and a great way to expand is to reach out to foreign markets as well as local non-English speaking markets. This of course creates situations where businesses are in need of help when it comes to crossing the language […]

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A universal language

After several attempts to make it a universal language, this year Esperanto celebrates its 125th anniversary. Created in 1887 by  Lázaro Zamenhof, Esperanto is used in many media  forms, as well as in literature. A large number of classical and popular publications have been translated, and are available in the language. Today with the technological […]

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Why an Account Manager has to be multicultural

Account Managers deal with clients from all over the world, either by e-mail or over the phone that request translation services for all types of industries. The diversity of clients requires the Account Manager to understand the differences between each other or at least acknowledge that there are differences, such as cultural differences, language barriers […]

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Languages, Lives and Lessons

I recently encountered a couple interesting pieces of media and I wanted to share my experience. First, I watched an extremely candid TED speech by a doctor proclaiming an unspoken truth: doctors make mistakes. I was touched; to see his passion for the field; unforgettable and undoable moments in his life while trying to save […]

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Machine Translations now available on YouTube

Most translators have heard of the new online machine translation option called “Google Translate”. While many would argue that machine translations have several issues regarding accuracy and the inability to understand the text like humans do, this has become a widely popular tool, so much so that YouTube recently announced the launch of a Translate […]

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