To be global is to be local. The reverse is also true; a localized business is a global one. Our interconnected world signals a mass adoption of popular trends, and in turn, this illicit strong opposition from consumers – a growing desire to stand out as a unique individual. In the words of Tadashi Yanai […]
In today’s modern and dynamic workplace, a growing company cannot expand if they aren’t training their employees on new standards and practices. Simply throwing together a PowerPoint deck and distributing it just does not cut it anymore. Let’s face it; what works in one country may not be suitable for another, and so forth. So, […]
When it comes to written materials, perfect grammar isn’t the most important thing to prioritize. The most important aspect of any written materials is, and always will be, communication. In this series of articles, we will look at a number of examples that lay bare some of grammar’s inadequacies when it comes to communication. For this first part we will look at the problem recursive grammar poses to the art of communication.
On January 23, 2018, Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO of CSOFT, opened up an evening at the Asian Art Museum with a speech highlighting the importance of language communications in a world that is not only getting smaller, but also being fundamentally changed by technology.
There isn’t one specific quality that sets an LSP apart from their competitors as the ‘best’ choice, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make an informed decision. Here, we have listed a number of criteria that you might want to give consideration to when choosing an LSP for your technical translations.