There was a time when you found a partner by chance. Random events, workplaces, friends and unexpected encounters thrust people together and love took over. That takes time, and these days, we’re too busy for that. Also, we want chance taken out of the equation. Online dating seems like the solution: for over a decade […]
Software companies with an international presence need to ensure that their products provide a great experience for users in various multilingual markets. This means the software has to be adapted to suit the different cultural, linguistic and social requirements of the company’s target audiences and regions.
With companies directing so much attention towards building effective consumer relationships, the importance of internal communication can be overlooked. However, as global companies grow, CEOs and communications strategists are beginning to realize the importance of investing in employee relations.
The sharing economy—where individuals exchange, rent or share goods and services with their peers—has gone global. And one prime example of a company successfully expanding in this economy is Airbnb. In the last decade since its inception, Airbnb has grown to operate in almost every country in the world. Let’s talk about how the company […]
In the last 18 months, global executives have recognized leadership as the number one skill gap within their workforce. Assessing and hiring at executive level is both tricky and expensive. If your preferred candidate turns out to be ineffective, you’ve not just wasted money, it may also negatively impact your employees’ performance, development, morale and […]
The rise of self-directed learning YouTube is officially the world’s largest training platform, with more than 7 in 10 viewers using it to solve a problem in their job, studies or hobbies. In fact, of the top five reasons people turn to YouTube, three of them relate to learning, fixing something or solving a problem. […]
The world of technology, project management and linguistic excellence operate in close harmony at RWS. One of the most interesting ways we see this is in the work we are regularly asked to do on E-learning projects where modules need to be localised for staff training. The wide range of content we see on these projects makes this interesting […]
Dutch is easily one of the most frequent languages that enterprises localize into, and has been for decades. At Moravia, we translate over 10 million words into Dutch annually, and the language regularly features among our top 15. Here are some of the facts and insights to consider when it comes to localizing into Dutch.