September 22, 2016

With the world getting ever smaller, the effective use of global communications that transcend different regions, cultures and languages is becoming more and more important. For those entering a new market, particular attention should be paid to names and how these are...

September 19, 2016

We hear a lot about interpreting and it’s often even confused with written language translation.    Interpreting itself involves the spoken language, which can be delivered in a number of ways.  Following are the most common…

Consecutive Interpreting

The m...

September 14, 2016

In early June, along with 650 other participants I attended the 31st Localisation Conference, known as LocWorld, at the Convention Centre in Ireland’s capital, Dublin. The theme was “Engaging Global Customers” and, as is usual in the LocWorld meetings, the focus was on...

September 9, 2016

According to a recent report in Spanish, sourced from Univisión on 6 August this year, there was a slight hiccup in the interpreting service provided to Venezuelan television viewers watching the live broadcast of the Olympics opening ceremony. When IOC Chairman Thomas...

September 5, 2016

With the rise of the internet and the hyper speed at which communications are sent, received and processed, new and interesting issues have arisen for linguists and translators. This was highlighted two years ago when a young woman called Peaches Monroee posted a video...

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