How to prepare your video for a global audience

The power of video content has probably not escaped your notice. The large play symbol regularly calls out to us…

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How to be better connected with your global audience

Entering global markets through export or with a physical presence enables organizations to grow and diversify. Although the rewards are…

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Language solutions in a regulated environment

Ensuring your clients understand not only the literal meaning of a financial report or communication but also the spirit and…

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How you can manage thousands of Interpreter bookings effortlessly?

Securing interpreters for face-to-face-bookings is no easy task. Checking their location, qualifications and availability is a lot to cover before a…

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IBM

IBM was seeking a partner that could provide resources to provide language support and help manage their internal processes. •…

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Editing vs Proofreading: What is the difference?

Editing, proofreading and copyediting are often used interchangeably — but they’re not the same thing. To help clarify things, we…

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Equality and Diversity

Equality and Diversity Equality and diversity are really important concepts but sometimes confused or misunderstood. In the UK, the idea…

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Speaking your language – the benefits of event & conference interpreting in sales.

Would you buy a product that didn’t provide information in your own language? Probably not. In a study published by…

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‘International Spanish’, myth or reality?

What is “international Spanish? Isn’t Spanish just…well…Spanish? Around the world nearly 500 million people speak Spanish as their first language…

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How do you translate and interpret idioms and expressions?

  In Germany you have “Tomaten auf den Augen” (tomatoes in the eyes); in Italy it’s “Gli occhi foderati di…

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Nancy Hähnel: My day at the International Motor show in Frankfurt

  One of the most enjoyable aspects of working in thebigword Business Development Team is the opportunity to become industry…

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Greg Bitsimis – @ the Expo

It is an exciting time for thebigword in the US with the launch of our MHEC contract due to commence…

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History and Background of the Gujarati language

Gujarati is part of the greater Indo-European language family. It has evolved from Sanskrit and is an Indo-Aryan language. It…

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Lost in translation – are mistakes really funny?

Anyone who’s worked with a translated text in books, films and advertising campaigns will have occasionally spotted translation mistakes. These…

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The Importance and Necessity of Legal Translations

Many people in the UK use a language other than English at home and with the rise of global commerce,…

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The Growing Need For Medical Translation

Over the last few decades, the health sector in the UK has changed. Medical professionals need accurate information more than…

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Los Reyes Magos de Oriente – Spain’s annual Christmas celebration

You may be wondering who the three kings are. In Spain there are Three Kings (apart from King Felipe VI)…

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What will be the languages of tomorrow?

Around 480 million people speak English all over the world, but the language of Shakespeare is threatened by the economic…

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