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Translating the Language of Love

Translating the Language of Love

January 25, 2019 |

The language of love is universal … or so we’ve been told. The truth is that just like any topic, translating romantic sayings from one language to another is not as easy as translating individual words. Romance and love, and the ideas around romance and love are very culturally specific, and therefore so is the […]

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The eLearning Trend Means More Work for Translators

The eLearning Trend Means More Work for Translators

January 17, 2019 |

By 2020 the global corporate eLearning market it projected to reach an approximate revenue of $31 billion. That figure does not include other likely eLearning outlets such as higher education and primary and secondary school education. According to the eLearning industry, eLearning is growing in five main areas: education, healthcare, information technology, retail and ecommerce, […]

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Machine Translation Still Needs People

Machine Translation Still Needs People

January 3, 2019 |

The worlds of international commerce, research and collaboration require translation services. It would be difficult for an international or multi-national company or research facility to hire expert linguists they need in order to conduct business and so the most common way of getting translation done is to go through a translation agency. However, for the […]

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Protecting Intellectual Property with Patent Translation Services

Protecting Intellectual Property with Patent Translation Services

December 27, 2018 |

Congratulations! You’ve navigated the application and approval process of a utility, design, or plant patent through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). We know how hard it was to get this patent. Wouldn’t it be horrible if it was all for nothing? As difficult as it was to achieve your patent, a US […]

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Legal Translation Needs in the Global Marketplace

Legal Translation Needs in the Global Marketplace

November 29, 2018 |

With the growth of Internet connectivity, the ability to conduct business in the global marketplace is more accessible than ever before. This accessibility also opens opportunities for new types of risks and the demand for multilingual translation in legal departments and law firms is on the rise. Global law firms and international companies require specialized […]

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Translation and Localization of Your Tech for Global Business Expansion

Translation and Localization of Your Tech for Global Business Expansion

October 31, 2018 |

The technology and connectivity available today gives companies limitless opportunities to become relevant and competitive in the global market. More and more commonly, companies are outsourcing translation and localization of their software, websites, mobile applications and other technical content in order to expand their international footprint. As technology continues to rapidly advance, so does the […]

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Translation Support for Asylum Seekers

Translation Support for Asylum Seekers

September 27, 2018 |

According to Amnesty International, the following distinctions are made when defining asylum seekers and refugees. “An asylum seeker is an individual who is seeking international protection. In countries with individualized procedures, an asylum seeker is someone whose claim has not yet been finally decided on by the country in which he or she has submitted […]

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Helping Government Agencies Meet Socioeconomic Goals

Helping Government Agencies Meet Socioeconomic Goals

July 25, 2018 |

During procurement of any service, the government is required to meet specific goals to support small business, including: small disadvantaged businesses, historically underutilized small businesses, and woman-owned small businesses. Teaming up with such entities is a must when competing for set-aside government contracts. HUBZone certified businesses are awarded sole source (non-bid) as well as limited-pool […]

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