In the age of the Internet and globalisation, fluid communication across language barriers has never been more important. Translation is therefore essential in many international contexts: setting up operations abroad, internationalising your offer, communicating with multicultural partners... Whatever the sector concerned (medical, legal, financial...), or the type of service (translation, interpreting, voice dubbing...), Alphatrad UK has professionals working in over 100 languages, from the most widely spoken languages in the world to the rarest languages.

In Russia, as in most countries of the world, sales online have developed much faster than expected thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
Technical manuals are documents containing instructions to help users understand how a product or device works. The manuals are used by our customers in industries such as engineering, medicine and computer science.
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.
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.
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:
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.
To meet an unexpected requirement, a last-minute request or an unforeseen event, an urgent translation of a document on the same day is sometimes needed. In addition to finding a translator who is able to quickly respond to your request, you need to be assured that the translator you use is professional and skilled and will provide you with a quality service.  
As a result of the Coronavirus crisis, video conferencing has noticeably gained in importance, particularly with regards to online interpreting, also known as distance interpreting, which is being used more and more by companies. This type of interpreting offers an effective and fast alternative for your multilingual exchanges. Here is an overview of the main advantages.  
Translation and transcreation are two methods of translating content from a source language into a target language. Both methods are characterised by specific features that meet different objectives. Here is an overview of the main differences between translation and transcreation,   Translation Translation consists of the conversion of text or audio content. The translator concentrates on the translation of words and generally ignores subtle nuances contained in the original to be translated.
As with all relationships, business partnerships are built on trust and mutual appreciation. Even if all those involved come from the same cultural background, this is not always easy and for business partners from different cultures, small misunderstandings are inevitable. There are quite big differences between the Chinese and European cultures and the way differences are handled can determine the success of the negotiations.