Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • Lately on the blog, we have been all about manufacturing and exporting. We’ve been diving deep into all the research we can get our hands on to bring you the most valuable information on how to grow your export business. The recent post, “How to create a thriving export business” is an A to Z guide on the benefits of exporting, from how to get started by identifying potential new markets all th...

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  • Once upon a time, about ten months ago, I moved to a new country in South America. I needed to find an international job but didn’t have a work visa yet. So I put my feelers out and began networking with expats, reading online forums, and researching jobs that were known to assist with visas. Eventually I encountered a man who promised me he knew just the company for me, and he said they woul...

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  • This post was originally published on January 25, 2017 and has been updated and expanded for freshness. Here's the deal: We live in a diverse global environment and our businesses operate in a multlingual world. It's time to stop viewing translation as a burden and see it for what it really is - an investment and competitive advantage. Now: Heavy competition in the global manufacturing sec...

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Interpreters and Translators, Inc
Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • “What is he saying?” I asked my bilingual friend while studying Spanish in Chile. He paused, thought about the joke we had both just heard, and then said, “It’s hard to explain.” I was just learning Spanish but he could speak both English and Spanish fluently, so I couldn’t wrap my mind around his inability to just directly translate. Take each word, translate it in his mind, and then regurgi...

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  • Hi there everyone! This month I hopped on up home to the USA and then decided to visit a country that’s as close to home as Mexico but quite different! This month I decided to check out Canada! Canada can be added to the list of countries that I’ve traveled to that have more than one official language. Canada has two: English and French!

Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • Hi Everyone! I was planning to head home to the United States for a second… but then I decided to take a little detour and head south to Mexico! I bet you know a little about Mexico but did you know that some early records suggest it was the original birth place of popcorn, chocolate and chewing gum?! We all know about tacos, tequila, mariachi and beautiful beaches but Mexico is filled with so ...

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  • Another year is coming to a close – can you believe it?! The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect on the past while setting plans for the future. We want to extend our gratitude to all our readers who frequently visit our blog. You motivate our team to continuously produce a variety of thought-provoking, educational, and valuable content.

Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • Cross-border litigation can be complicated and costly. It’s not unusual for up to 50% of content received during the discovery process to be in a language other than English when working a case in the international realm. Law firms need to plan ahead to account for the additional complexities such as language and culture to help the case proceed smoothly with minimal delays.

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Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • Hello everyone! I’m still on my traveling mission, perpetually intrigued by languages and visiting countries that intertwine many of them into their political fabric. Did you know that there are countries in Africa which speak more than ten national languages?! Amazing! I decided to hop over to this continent and work my way up, traveling south to north. The most southern African count...

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Interpreters and Translators, Inc
Interpreters and Translators, Inc
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  • “It’s said that All Hallows’ Eve is one of the nights when the veil between the worlds is thin – and whether you believe in such things or not, those roaming spirits probably believe in you, or at least acknowledge your existence, considering that it used to be their own. Even the air feels different on Halloween, autumn-crisp and bright” – Erin Morgenstern

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