If you’re running a business that caters to clientele with different primary languages, you likely have various client-facing collateral that you want to make available in the languages your customers speak.
If you’re a business owner in Quebec, you’ve likely heard of Bill 96, a piece of legislation passed into law by the National Assembly of Quebec in June 2022.
For many people, translation is one of the last things they think about when planning out their projects.
Translation is a particular art. Not only does one have to interpret for meaning, but also consider the nuances of each word and sentence to ensure that the proper meaning is relayed.
When you begin a project that will require translation, it’s important that you allocate time for the job and budget for the associated costs, or as we like to say, investment!
There’s been a lot of buzz recently about the freshly signed Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), especially amongst companies who have interests and aspirations that span the Atlantic.
A friend recently complained to me about her children’s shoes and how she can barely make it one season before they wear out – something she doesn’t remember happening when she was younger. When I asked her where she was buying these shabby shoes, she mentioned a big-box budget store. I wasn’t especially sympathetic! It’s […]
With the start of the New Year, we all have our goals, objectives, commitments and resolutions thought through and organized.
I have been to a few seminars and conferences recently and noticed that all of the presenters are talking about their “Power Teams”.
In this global age, it’s important to recognize the critical role that translation plays in communication.