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Business Translations

Hi everyone!

Today I want to talk about business translations.

Because business has become global, communications have become more difficult. Let’s say you have a business in the US and you need to contact a client in Colombia, you may have some trouble communicating if neither of you is fluent in the other’s language.

In addition, memos, handbooks, press releases, and other printed materials will need to be translated into the native language of the foreign client. This is where business translation services come in.

Business translation is the translation of informal and official documentation that a company produces and disseminates throughout the organization and to its clients. These documents may include emails, memoranda, and training materials. Said documents affect how an organization does business, so it pays to have them translated accurately and with the foreign culture in mind, to prevent misunderstandings.

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Another important part of a business translation is the translation of websites and marketing campaigns and advertisements.

If your clients visit your website and see that they can choose from different languages to read it, they will feel welcomed and included. There is nothing better than reading important information in your native language, especially when you are not fluent in English or any other language other than your own.

Nowadays, it isn’t about just reaching your local and national markets. You also need to reach the international market, otherwise, a business will not have the chance to grow. Hiring a translator or a translation agency to take care of professionally translating all your documents, materials, and websites is the best way to go.

I’ve been working in the business field for quite a while. The fact that I worked in different companies before deciding to become a full-time freelance translator has helped me to understand better what needs a business has in order to reach international markets.

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Thank you to Day Translations for sponsoring this special blog post. And if you want to find out more about the business services they offer, you can visit this website: https://www.daytranslations.com/business-services/

What about you? Do you do business translations? If so, which type? I’d love to hear about your experience in the comments… and don’t forget to subscribe!

Until next time, take care and stay safe!

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