The most spoken language in any country is often obvious; usually, it’s the official language of the country. However, you can learn a lot about a country by analyzing its second most spoken language.
It wasn't that long ago when the idea of virtual reality (VR) technology sounded almost elusive and futuristic, but now it's set to become the next big thing in the business sphere. Let's take a look at these new technologies and how they are going to improve business communications and productivity in a multilingual world.
Global ambitions have taken the content streaming giant, Netflix far from its California roots into markets across Europe, Latin America and Asia. In early 2016, streaming giant Netflix, Inc. announced that it had rolled out its service to 190 countries around the world. In June, 2016 Netflix international subscriber growth wasn't performing as forecasted. The company had faced major headwinds as it tried to conquer the world. However, Netflix blasted past its own forecasts — and most of Wall Street's and now has 93 million subscribers worlwide. According to a recent study provided by Leichtman Research Group, more people report subscribing to Netflix than owning DVRs.
The three C's Netflix has tackled to improve its global expansion strategy:
Google has announced several upgrades to it's new Android keyboard. The Gboard now has the ability to do automatic translation. As you type, the new Google Translate integration will translate text in real time as you type it in.
Not long ago, retail businesses needed significant startup funds to open a single brick and mortar store. Today, selling globally is not only possible, but real and growing fast. Many retailers have realized that they can increase global sales by expanding their target markets far beyond their local reach via the use of e-commerce. Similarly, the rise of the Internet has made expansion of brands that began in one country viable in others as well. Think Tokyo Disney, Disneyland Paris or McDonald’s serving fast food in 52 countries. Still, many owners and executives are left with the question - How do I market to a global audience?
Here are 9 tips to increase global sales in today's robust international landscape.
Love is a universal language but the words I love you vary significantly across the globe. Here are just a few examples of how to say "I love you" in other languages around the world.
By clicking on the tree ornaments, you can discover what holiday traditions that country celebrates.
Dynamic Language partner Rick Antezana was recently a guest on the 'Price of Business' radio broadcast discussing translation services, global marketing and the markets American businesses should target when expanding globally.