International Business

The language services and translation agency Alphatrad UK, which belongs to the Optilingua International group, offers a variety of services in around a hundred languages, ranging from the most common, such as English or Spanish, to the rarest, such as translation into Armenian. Our language services can help you with the internationalisation of your project and can help you interact with partners, teams and multilingual audiences throughout the world. Our translations and other language services are all carried out by seasoned professionals with solid expertise in the relevant sector of activity.

 

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Social media nowadays is an integral part of a company’s communication strategy. Companies with an international presence and a multicultural audience must ensure that they deliver multilingual content, adapted to the language of their audience. However, translating social network content presents specific challenges.  
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e-commerce market in the Netherlands
The Netherlands is not among the top five most densely populated countries in Europe, yet in 2019 it was the third most populous digital EU economy. With a continuous growth of about five percentage points per year, online commerce turnover in the Netherlands will exceed 20 million euros in a few years, with only about 13 million users. This is due to the expansion of the Internet in the Netherlands, which guarantees almost nationwide 4G mobile coverage with four networks available in the country.
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GDPR translation services requirements
Translating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) content is a delicate operation for all companies operating internationally. Indeed, the legal notices on the protection of personal data contained in a website or e-mail are bound by law. Every detail relating to the collection of data must be correctly formulated and translated.  
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Nuclear energy industry & translation
Most people associate Chernobyl and Fukushima with the biggest nuclear power plant accidents in history and the consequences of the disasters are still being felt today. Although more and more alternative energy provision options are being proposed, nuclear reactors are still indispensable energy suppliers. But which countries have operational reactors and where are most of them located?  
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English as a foreign language
English is the language of today across the world. Even before the spread of the Internet and the associated globalisation, English skills were a basic requirement in most professions. Today you can communicate in English in almost every country in the world and a language test based on the EF standard has been used to show which countries have inhabitants who are very confident in English in addition to their native language. The language test divided foreign language skills into six levels.
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Trade fairs in Germany Entry requirements
Germany’s trade fairs have a wide international appeal and around 60% of the 180,000 or so exhibitors each year come from abroad, a third of them from countries outside Europe. Of the 10 million visitors, almost 30% come from abroad. Open borders and the smoothest possible international travel are therefore essential for German trade fairs. However, international travel has been severely restricted by the coronavirus pandemic and trade fair participants from abroad need to obtain detailed information on entry requirements before travelling to Germany.
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The five most spoken languages in the world
The world’s population now exceeds 7.7 billion and more than 6,900 languages are spoken around the world, of which only 230 are spoken in Europe compared to more than 2,000 in Asia. Papua New Guinea has a population of just 3.9 million, but 840 different languages are spoken there.   Below, we take a look at the five most widely spoken languages in the world:
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Tips and Trends Translating International Online Shops
Over the last decade, online retailing has grown steadily at a rate of around five per cent per annum, with shops for clothing, electronics, and entertainment benefiting from this growth. Convenient shopping per click has long been part of everyday life for the younger generation, but lovers of classic shopping centres are also increasingly turning to online shopping due to new international developments.
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The Covid-19 epidemic provides opportunities for e-commerce and the stationery trade
The spring of 2020 brought the Covid-19 to Europe and with it a new normality to everyday life, which has also had a lasting effect on consumer behaviour. From the moment the first restrictions were brought in, there has been a major trend towards online shopping and retailers and service providers will have to adapt to the new trend in the long term. The closure of local stores during the lockdown had immediate consequences for the retail trade, because when customers stayed away, sales fell away and previous business models stopped working overnight.
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Scandinavian languages at a glance
The North Germanic language group, which is often referred to as Scandinavian languages, comprises of five languages, and is a subgroup of the Germanic languages. In addition to Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, and Icelandic, Faroese is also part of this language group, which is spoken by about 20 million people.
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