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Advertising in China: getting it right

As pundits debate when the Chinese economy will overtake the US, one thing’s for sure. The Chinese growth story will continue to be at the centre of business and financial …

The Secret to Global E-Commerce Success

E-Commerce growth continues to be strong as more and more businesses recognise the benefits of selling their products online. Cross-border e-commerce drives a significant share of these sales and presents an …

When localisation becomes a legal necessity

    Localisation is a strategic business decision. After all, 87% of international consumers are more likely to buy products online if content is available in their language. However, in …

How exporting can benefit your business

  Exports could be an interesting area to explore in terms of business development. Localisation is more than necessary in order to cross borders and reach audiences that do not …

Why Machine Translation is not enough

We have already discussed in one of our previous articles how localising your website can boost your exports and increase customer satisfaction. In order to achieve these results, you may …

Which languages should I translate my website into?

In our previous article, we analysed the reasons why your website should not simply be translated, but culturally adapted and localised for your audience. In other words, we explored the …

Why should I translate my website?

Website Translation Translating your website into a new foreign language can create an exciting opportunity for your brand to attract new audiences. While website translation helps you make a good …

Sales Excellence Awards 2019: A great honour

Sales Excellence Awards As an up-and-coming company we are deeply honoured when our dedication to our customers is recognised by the market. Therefore, we are proud to announce that we …

NEXYA forms partnership with XTRF

NEXYA forms partnership with XTRF We founded NEXYA with an aim to transform the way companies cover their localisation needs, by providing them with the best tools to manage their …

Next Level Localisation: NEXYA

L10N Solutions and Idiom Localisation join forces under new brand name We are very happy to present to you NEXYA, the company that was born from the merger of L10N Solutions and Idiom Localisation, two localisation service providers. We …

7 ways bad internationalisation can hurt you

Internationalisation, or i18n as a cooler abbreviation, is the process of developing a piece of software or app so that it can easily be translated and localised into other languages …

Agile 101: A Brief Intro to Agile Product Development

Agile methodology is ideal for companies that wish to develop products in a short time. Agile methodology allows the development of the product at the very same time with the …

Quality Management in Localisation

Quality Management, which includes Quality Control and Quality Assurance, is a crucial aspect of localisation. However, not everyone has a precise understanding of these concepts, nor an elaborated way of …