10Feb
By: Alison On: February 10, 2020 In: Translation Comments: 0

The translation of acronyms presents unique challenges to translators, who are often charged with the tricky task of piecing together both well-known and unfamiliar abbreviations in a way that readers will understand.

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28Jan
By: Alison On: January 28, 2020 In: Advertising & Marketing, Localization, Translation Comments: 1

These four tips will reveal how to catch an international traveler's eye.

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30Dec
By: Alison On: December 30, 2019 In: Advertising & Marketing, Translation Comments: 0

Organizations around the world can benefit from professional brochure translation. If you're not yet taking advantage of this service, now is a great time to start.

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23Dec
By: Alison On: December 23, 2019 In: Advertising & Marketing, Translation Comments: 0

Whether marketing a new product, sharing accolades, or announcing the appointment of a new CEO, it's just good practice to translate your company's press releases.

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19Nov
By: Alison On: November 19, 2019 In: Conferences, Interpreting Comments: 0

By preparing interpreters for your event, you can increase the quality of the interpreting performed, help the conference run more smoothly and even make your life as a conference organizer a little easier.

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14Nov
By: Alison On: November 14, 2019 In: Advertising & Marketing, Transcription Comments: 0

From public relations firms to advertising agencies to healthcare facilities, all types of businesses can reap these five benefits if they transcribe their brainstorming sessions.

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29Oct
By: Alison On: October 29, 2019 In: Advertising & Marketing, Localization Comments: 0

When a company expands its business internationally, one of the most basic -- and most important -- concerns is the simple question of translating the business name into another language.

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13Aug
By: Alison On: August 13, 2019 In: Interpreting, Translation Comments: 2

Both translating and interpreting aim to communicate across languages, but being proficient at one doesn't necessarily mean you're proficient at the other.

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24Jul
By: Alison On: July 24, 2019 In: Interpreting, Medical Comments: 92

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 established a series of measures to prohibit instances of discrimination because of a person's disability. The ADA requires that the communication needs of hard of hearing and deaf persons are met, and this frequently demands the use of an ASL interpreter.

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03Jul
By: Alison On: July 3, 2019 In: Languages, Translation Comments: 0

These two writing systems are related but not interchangeable, so you need to make sure the proper one is utilized. By doing so, you can receive the best translation possible from a translator well-versed in the appropriate type of Chinese script.

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