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Advice on setting up a multilingual support team
The Internet has opened doors to products all around the world. No matter where the seller and the buyer are, the network has connected them together. There are numerous points in the sales process in which the buyer may need advice from th...
Be careful of emojis and their meanings
Emojis have become a routine and seemingly simple form of communication in which, with a single symbol, an emotion or feeling is represented. There are even those who advocate that use of an exclusive communication language consisting entir...
Translate your newsletters and grow your potential reach
Newsletters are a key tool when developing an online business. They allow a means of direct communication with subscribed customers as well as a means to provide extremely valuable metrics on the marketing campaigns being carried out by the...
International Translation Day 2017: history and activities
  We are celebrating because the 30th September, International Translation Day, is now very near. On this occasion, this article is dedicated to all our collaborators that are the bridge between languages and cultures, and who wor...
Localising e-commerce
Most online shops often start translating exclusively their main website into the languages of the countries where their customers are or where they want to have a presence. But almost immediately they detect that buyers hope to be able to ...
Online Fashion and Languages
Did you know that each euro that is invested in translation and adaptation of websites turns into profit that is 20 times greater? Did you know that fashion companies with international presence and online sales have their websites translat...