Improve Your Business With An Interpreter

Posted on: 15 September 2017

Today's business owners often participate in a global economy. In order to maximize profits, you will likely be doing business with individuals from across the world. While these international business opportunities can be lucrative, they can also be challenging due to language barriers. Investing in the services of an interpreter can be a great way to improve your company's success over time. Here are three unique ways that an interpreter can help you grow your business through global networking in the future:
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Navigating Medical Care: Tips For English Language Learners

Posted on: 14 September 2017

If English is not your first language, you know that handling stressful situations can sometimes be a challenge. Even if you are proficient at reading and speaking, the stress of a charged situation can make it harder for you to understand and be heard, especially if you are concerned about the health of a loved one or if you yourself are injured. Here are some simple tips that can help you if you have medical problems, including the need for immediate surgery or risky procedures, in an area when many doctors and nurses might not be able to speak your native language.
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3 Reasons Why You Should Not Use Machine Translation For Your Business

Posted on: 24 August 2017

Are you a business owner? Would you like to start expanding into new, perhaps even international, markets? In today's global economy, it's extremely important that a business is able to tap into markets that may not exist locally. Unlike decades past, the internet allows you to contact someone on the other side of the world for the same cost as talking to someone face to face. But while many people in the global economy speak English, not all of your potential clients or suppliers will.
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How To Plan A Party With An African Theme

Posted on: 23 August 2017

Are you celebrating a birthday or an anniversary? Perhaps you are honoring out-of-town guests at a dinner party. For whatever reason you are hosting a party, if you have chosen an African theme, from the decorations to the entertainment, here are some ideas for you. The Decorations - Think safari. Put posters of wild animals on the walls and do cut-outs of animals like monkeys, elephants, giraffes, and other animals you would find in Africa.
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