• The World’s Endangered Languages

    Today, just under 8,000 languages are spoken around the world – a number that’s been in rapid decline for decades now. It is estimated that every two weeks, another language disappears completely, with no written or recorded archive to pass on. In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at some of the more widely known languages that have been officially classed as Definitely Endangered.

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  • Cross-cultural communication

    A Guide to Cross-cultural Communication in the Workplace

    With the world embracing globalisation, your business needs to be able to keep up. In this blog post, we’re going to look at cross-cultural communication in the workplace, and some simple steps you can take to prepare your business for an increasingly diverse workforce.

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  • Selecting the Right Translation Workflow Management Software

    Translations can be difficult to keep track of, especially when translating into multiple languages or adopting a lean content translation approach. Thankfully, there are solutions available to help make the process easier and less stressful, so you can focus more on what matters. In this blog post, we’re going to look at some of the features and benefits of translation workflow management software as a way to take translation management to another level.

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  • Hogmanay: How the Scottish Celebrate New Year

    When most of the world is lighting fireworks and counting down the clock for the end of one year and the start of the next, Scotland is beginning its own holiday period: Hogmanay. From December 31st until January 2nd, the Scottish celebration of Hogmanay holds its own unique set of traditions.

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  • The World of Literary Translations

    Literary translation accounts for 2.6 million book sales in the UK alone. Its unique combination of language translation and ghost-writing opens authors up to wider audiences and readers to new ways of thinking.

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  • Patent Translation

    Protecting Your IP: Understanding Patent Translation

    Patent translation is the practice of protecting your intellectual property with regards to patents in languages other than your own, by translating a patent from language into another. Requiring more technical ability and an in-depth understanding of many areas of the target language, patent translation is a must for ensuring your product ideas are not copied on the international market.

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