The financial sector is one of the few industries that have players and customers from each and every country in the world. You will find insurance companies, banks, real estate agencies, tax authorities, stock exchange firms, among other financial entities everywhere you go. Some of these institutions are locally-based while others are multinationals. For the latter, financial translation is a critical aspect of their business because they have to avail their content in multiple languages to effectively communicate with their diverse target market. (more…)
There’s nothing worse than a last-minute rush, no matter what sector you’re working in. We are all familiar with that awful feeling of messing up a presentation that you had to throw together the night before, or the embarrassment of finding a report is full of spelling mistakes after rushing to meet a deadline. It’s true that time constraints and quality seldom go hand in hand. Unfortunately, most organizations face tight deadlines and time constraints on a regular basis. (more…)
The Internet has opened up a whole range of possibilities for businesses looking to reach their customers. Nowadays, whenever you are thinking of making a purchase, your first instinct is likely to go online. Either you search for a company online or visit their website directly. Searching for a business online has become the most common method among customers. (more…)
Write For Our Translation Company: Guest Bloggers Wanted
An invite to all guest bloggers! Being a multinational translation company we are looking for people who blog in related fields. Our company offers a service catering to all businesses large and small around the world. We have a strong team of qualified linguistic specialist who can translate from country to country worldwide covering languages throughout Europe, Asia and more. With an established, wide client base and growing, we offer a platform to be seen.
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Let’s collaborate! We welcome guest bloggers who would like to gain exposure and feature articles of approximately 500 words on our website. We are looking for quality writers in the following areas – language, teaching, learning languages, culture, linguistics, business, globalization and any further related topics.
This is an ideal opportunity for bloggers looking to expand their brand awareness and increase traffic to their blog and business in a similar field to ours. It is a great way for you to grow and get exposure!
Did you know guest blogging offers major benefits?
It can directly generate sales, it affirms your credentials to potential new clients, can increase your social media following to name but a few the list is much longer and the benefits are more than you may realize. It is a fabulous marketing opportunity all-round.
Check out our website https://www.betranslated.com where you can also register to work with us plus get more info on the services that we provide.
Many translation companies have a problem on their hands when it comes to finding new clients, and these potential clients are also affected by it as well. What’s the issue? These translation teams can all seem very…samey. Their marketing strategies tend to line up in a way that’s stereotypical: they’re sticklers for deadlines, always want to provide the highest quality translation, have great customer satisfaction rates and the largest language variety. The list could go on.(more…)
I am publishing this post as myself, Michael Bastin. The views are mine and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of my partners.
As the owner of BeTranslated, I am naturally interested by all things translation-related. In particular, I’ve been closely following the current turmoil of the American language services company, TransPerfect. In a recent court decision in Delaware (USA), founders Elizabeth Elting and Philip R. Shawe are now required to sell TransPerfect, risking the loss of close to 4,500 jobs worldwide. In Barcelona alone, there are 400 jobs at risk. However, the greatest tragedy of this situation is the reason that forced the hands of the Delaware courts in the first place.