As an exporter, why invest in language skills? In a nutshell, because they win business! For UK businesses looking to maximise and expand their overseas/export activities, the potential benefits are endless; greater productivity, a broader client base and healthier financial performance, to name but a few. Without language skills, companies will struggle to communicate inRead more »
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The Comtec team were at Made in the Midlands Expo 2017 last month speaking to manufacturers about their export plans. #MIMExpo17 was a great show with many leading names on site celebrating the successes of the Midlands manufacturing industry. This quote from Made in the Midlands CEO, Jason Pitt, sums up the event perfectly: “IRead more »
One of Europe’s leading independent digital learning companies, Sponge UK, has maximised its growth with the support of language service provider, Comtec Translations. Working with an increasing number of global clients, many of them household names like Tesco, GlaxoSmithKline, the United Nations and Toyota, Sponge UK delivers improved workplace performance, using advanced technologies and creativeRead more »
When your business becomes a global concern, the way you look after your international customers is an important factor in your success. In your target market you’ll be competing with other exporters and domestic competitors, so it’s not enough just to translate and localise product marketing content to reach new customers: you also need toRead more »
It seems that, despite what is sometimes inferred in the news, the Manufacturing industry is actually enjoying a period of growth. Research by the London Stock Exchange Group has found that one in six manufacturers has re-shored activities to the UK and the industry is gearing up for the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, based on theRead more »