Going Beyond Localisation When Developing Digital Products

 

Dear *|FNAME|*,

English is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages. It’s used as the global language of business and is often a common link when two people that speak different languages communicate with each other.

But with the rise of China as a global super-power along with a shrinking world, the spread of hybrid languages and tech companies perfecting the next generation of translation technology, can we really see a future where the reign of English is replaced? To find out more on this topic, click the link below.

We’ve also featured three additional articles discussing a new wave of group buying markets, consumer goods companies rethinking their approach to global business and how to create better site search for eCommerce sites. We hope you enjoy reading them.

Kind regards,

TranslateMedia

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