comtec webinar leading your brand marketing with cultural competence

Webinar: Leading your brand marketing with cultural competence

Navigating the differences across cultures is a tricky business. Often, we have a bad habit of looking at the impact of culture retrospectively, of seeing the mistakes made and misalignments after the bulk of the work is done and marketing funds spent. In this webinar, James Brown, Head of Commercial at Comtec is joined by Kirsty MacEachen, Comtec’s Cultural Services Partner, to discuss the importance of having cultural conversations early on. 

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Webcast: Engaging local markets in the translation process

Ben, Account Director at the world’s leading ad agency network, McCann Central, and James, Head of Commercial at Comtec, discuss how global businesses should approach the translation and local market review and process, as well as the added value those bring to Ben’s work.

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Webinar: The power of partnerships to drive business growth

Teamwork, it makes the dream work… when you get it right that is.

Brilliant partnerships are greater than the sum of their parts. Together the parties drive growth, learn and propel each other forward. But what makes a great partnership? That’s what we discussed alongside our partner Sponge, and the attendees of this interactive session.
Whether you want to improve your relationships with suppliers, clients or business partners, watch this webinar for practical tips and real-life lessons learnt.

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Webinar: Are you speaking my language? The big wins of translating elearning content

Need to translate an eLearning programme but don’t know where to start? Perhaps you want to pitch for more international clients, but are put off by navigating multilingual learning?
In this webinar, we take the mystery out of eLearning translations by sharing our top tips for best practice and how to avoid common pitfalls.

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Webcast: Exploring business cultures and opportunities in Japan

Looking to expand your business into Japan or beyond?
The Japanese market, like many others, requires some language and local culture knowledge before you can start doing business, but you don’t have to be completely fluent straight away. Whether you’re interested in expanding into Japan, Brazil or Monte Negro, this video has lots of tried and tested tips to launch overseas.
Find out how preparation, open-mindedness and a strong purpose can help you achieve your global business growth goals.

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Webcast: Top tips for elearning localisation

Pssst.. looking for the secret to eLearning translations?
Watch this elearning webcast that shares the top tips for localising elearning content.
But what is localisation? It’s adapting content based on the cultural or linguistic nuances of specific locations or populations and is essential for high-quality translations.
Whether it’s text, videos or even games, localisation is the secret to ensuring your learners connect with the content.

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Webcast: Engaging with a global workforce and the impact of language

How can language help to improve employee engagement?
With many multinational organisations citing low levels of employee engagement, speaking their language can pay dividends.
This webcast looks at the role of language in engaging a global workforce. Head of Client Relations, Susan Lankfer, shares key facts about the impact of language on employee engagement, the risks of a one language strategy and a guide to what content you should be translating today.

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Webinar: Going Global

Don’t let not knowing a language hold your business back.
Translations could be the key to unlocking a new market for your business. 94% of the world’s population don’t have English as their first language, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be communicating with them.
Find out more about how investing in translation and localisation can help you meet international ambitions in this webinar.

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Pocket Guide: Finding the right translation partner

Ready to start translating but can’t pick a partner?
Finding the right translation partner (we don’t say service, as a partner provides much more), can be a difficult task. That’s why we’ve put this handy checklist together to make sure you find one who ticks all the right boxes. From translation technology to accreditation and making sure your values align, there is plenty to consider.

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