7 Tips for Building a Multilingual Social Media Presence That Actually Work

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Currently, at the time of this article being written, there are around three billion active social media users. Businesses need to have a social media presence these days, as it’s not only a good way to market, but also builds trust with the user. Something that businesses fail to consider though, is that those billions of people active on social media speak many different languages. The potential for outreach of a multilingual social media presence is enormous, but unfortunately most businesses think using only one is enough!

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Setting up in business in France during the COVID-19 pandemic

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In 2019, France was Europe’s leading host country for foreign investment (whether in terms of the attraction of R&D centres, labour costs or industrial investment). And although , the world has had to struggle with all kinds of problems since COVID-19 first reared its ugly head, France nevertheless remains an attractive country in which to do business.

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5 Key Benefits of Using a Professional Translation Service

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You might be thinking, “Why does my company need a professional translation service? Do we not have google translate for a reason?” Well, having a professional translation company has many perks, and even at their most basic they definitely are more trustworthy than google translate or a years old translation dictionary.

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The future of eCommerce: trends to look out for in 2021

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Online shopping has been a huge industry ever since the introduction of the internet, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for online stores has increased dramatically. Demographics who traditionally would opt to shop in retail stores, had no choice but to shop online. 

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Setting up in the UK: after Brexit

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Officially introduced on 1st January 2021, the trade and cooperation agreement decreased the likelihood of a worst-case scenario: a rift between the European Union and the UK. However, new commercial laws may cause various problems for British companies doing business with the European Union. The British government is trying to provide reassurance that although things are not working as they wish, these are only teething problems. So, why not set up in the UK?

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