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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.

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.
Below you will find an overview of the most important skills and abilities ...
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.
Dubbing in foreign languages including prior translation of the voice-over artist's texts is nowadays required for many types of audio material, especially for business communication. Using a voice-over agency to produce multilingual recordings offers considerable advantages, including excellent sound quality and the individual attention of professionals.  
Being able to master one or more foreign languages is of great benefit to any lawyer ...
The automated translation of languages is not technically new. The first search engines based on database-stored language elements have been around since the 1950s; since then, development has been rapid, especially after the establishment of the Internet with its now billions of users.
Large parts of Sweden are flat or only slightly hilly, but towards the Norwegian border there are mountain ranges rising to more than 2,000 metres. Although you hear about the Kingdom of Sweden, the monarchy in Sweden is only representative, and democratic decisions are made in parliament. The kingdom includes more than 200,000 islands and almost 100,000 lakes. The country borders onto the Baltic Sea, Norway, Finland, and its west coast forms the Kattegat, a sea area considered difficult to navigate. In terms of pure land area, Sweden is the fo
Norway is located on the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe and has 2,600 kilometres of coastline. Mardalsfossen in the Vestlandet region plunges more than 650 metres into the sea, making it the highest waterfall in Europe. Norway has about 150,000 small islands. The country is considered the birthplace of many winter sports. According to a UN study, Norwegians are the happiest people in the world, have the highest standard of living according to the Human Development Index, and the Norwegian capital Oslo has been named the most expensiv
Armenian is an ancient language, distinguished by its unique alphabet and numerous linguistic specificities. Today, translating texts into Armenian is particularly interesting, especially in view of the wide dispersion of Armenians throughout the world.  
Finland is located in the north of Europe and borders onto Norway, Sweden, the Baltic Sea, and Russia. In the land of a thousand lakes, there are actually more than 180,000 lakes and 178,888 islands. Wild camping is generally permitted in Finland, as in many Nordic countries, and this naturally attracts hiking tourists from all over the world. Fishing or collecting fresh cranberries is also a popular leisure activity for the locals. Finns love coffee so much that they are the undisputed leaders in terms of global per capita consumption.