David Clarke, Today Translations' Special Advisor for translation security, addressed a room of delegates and special guests at the British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania's (BCCL) Breakfast Technical Briefing in Vilnius on April 27th.
Speaking on BBC Radio this morning, our board member David Clarke called on the Government’s new Joint Fraud Task Force not to simply collect more intelligence but to use it to help protect individuals and small businesses.
Britain has become the world’s third largest online exporter, behind only the United States and Japan, according to survey research released by PayPal and Ipsos MORI towards the end of last year. Effective website localisation, international market research and the global recognition of Brand Britain have all played a major part.
The future of content marketing is swaying increasingly towards video, so we've put together the three fundamental principles every brand should consider ahead localising video content for marketing campaigns.
We look at four key foundations that underpin an effectively localised branding and content strategy.
Following this year's 'Singles Day' buying frenzy, we thought we would look at some developing global e-commerce trends expected to become common place in 2016, and what they mean for both vendors and translators.
Today Translations has pioneered a comprehensive, highly structured approach to website translation and localisation. Known as 4DMR (discover, design, develop, deploy, measure and refine), it is designed for clients to effectively target online users and rank in the target country. This consultative and pragmatic service is the most comprehensive industry model for online success.
It is always refreshing to find somewhat of an unorthodox request for translation services land in your inbox. A few weeks ago, a client asked us to translate a tattoo they had recently had done in Khmer script, fearing he may have been victim to an embarrassing mistranslation such as a restaurant menu rather than a sage proverb.