You are committing a costly faux pas if you:


* Neglect to think about language translation, website localization and web consulting services before marketing your product overseas;

* Are unwilling to delegate translation responsibilities to an expert who has a good understanding of the idiosyncrasies of that particular ethnic group and a keen sensitivity to the cultural nuances embedded in its language.

Beware of the pitfalls!

Bad (i.e. straight) translation in advertising overlooks critical cultural nuances. It often turns off prospective customers whom you intended to attract. Remember the fiasco of "Nova" in the Spanish-speaking countries? (It literally means something that does not work. A white elephant, sort of thing). In a nutshell, when it comes to cross-cultural marketing, you can NEVER call a spade a spade, so to speak.

That is where we, as translation professionals, fit in.

  1. In sharing your global vision,

  2. we pride ourselves on having found our niche

  3. in promoting business and serving the global economy.

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