10 Aug 2016

How German Banks Are Erecting Language Barriers

As the EU’s largest economy, and the EU’s biggest banking sector, the way German banks behave is significant for the wider EU economy. Yet Germany’s banks have been behaving with uncharacteristic resistance to European union. Nearly all of the German […]

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16 Jan 2014

Is Your Business Cyber-Savvy?

The internet has revolutionised the way we work and play. Going online has thrown up a wealth of opportunities for businesses and consumers, but alongside these opportunities there are also considerable threats. As more and more companies trade online and […]

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03 Jan 2014

Pharmaceutical Firm Opens New Frankfurt Office

Belgium-based research organisation ganae is pressing ahead with its long-term plans for international expansion by opening a new branch in Germany. The opening of its offices in Frankfurt is expected to lead to the creation 12 to 15 new posts over the […]

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03 Dec 2013

New Initiative to Encourage UK Students to Think Global

The UK Government has launched an ambitious new education programme to prepare the next generation of British businesspeople to live and thrive in a global society. Through the Global Learning Programme (GLP) UK students will learn about global trade, technology, […]

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28 Oct 2013

The Rise of Industrial Espionage

Who Watches the Watchmen? Money is said to make the world go round, and big business fuels the spin. Increasing globalisation means competition for markets can have a huge impact on a nation’s prosperity. And intricately tied to this model is the […]

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23 Oct 2013

German Consumers Embracing Ecommerce

German shoppers are embracing commerce as online shopping moves closer to becoming the standard retail entry point for the country’s consumers. An analysis of data from EU statistics agency Eurostat shows that two-thirds of Germans shopped online last year, up […]

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03 Oct 2013

Eponyms in the English Language

The English language consists of a large amount of eponyms. An eponym is a person or a thing, whether real or fictional, after which a specific discovery, place or era is named. Thus, the person becomes the “eponym” of that […]

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24 Sep 2013

Old English: The Language of the Anglo-Saxons

Old English is an early form of the English language and dates from the mid-5th to late 11th century A.D. It was written and spoken by the Anglo-Saxons in modern-day England and the eastern and southern parts of Scotland. Old […]

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19 Dec 2011

German Translation

German Translation Service Even within each industry, individual businesses work differently from one another and expect different things from their German translators. In order to provide you with the best possible service, our team of translation project managers is comprised exclusively of […]

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13 Dec 2011

Swiss-German General Translation

Swiss-German General Translation Service When it comes to optimising your translation services and processes, we know exactly what questions to ask. What does this ultimately mean for you? It means that you will get your Swiss-German translations back quicker and, […]

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