Is your website only in English? Less than 30% of internet users have English as their first language, and this number is dropping year-on-year, as emerging markets develop their online potential.
A website in 10 languages will be understood by over 80% of the world’s online population.
Positioned between the translation and web industries, Web-Translations offers a unique, low-risk low-cost approach to international eBusiness. We’ve helped companies large and small to benefit from international trade by tailoring our services to meet their needs.
While the Internet has removed geographical barriers to international trade, cultural and language barriers do still remain. With the right advice, you can overcome these barriers and increase your revenue from international sales.
Read our Top 10 tips for going global – take your website and business into new markets to tap into potential new buyers for your products and services.
On average, it costs £20,000 to fill a four-drawer filing cabinet and £1,500 annually to maintain it. An average office makes 19 copies of each document, and when you consider that 15% of all paper documents are misfiled or misplaced, that’s a lot of paper and time wasted. While a paperless business may still seem like a pipe dream for many companies, a digital document management system can reduce overall document-related costs by up to 40%, which is why lots of businesses of all sizes have adopted them.
Research and test your online market potential – once you have the facts you can take an informed decision as to where to focus your valuable time and money.
The opportunity to outsource a range of business functions, both routine and high value, has never been more compelling than it is today. Outsource your multilingual eMarketing, translation and web design.
Global information management is not easy. There are many systems to integrate, a huge range of business needs to meet, and complex organisational (and cultural) issues to solve.
Global business can be a highly profitable and rewarding objective, but is fraught with many challenges. Each stage of international business carries different risks, with the biggest obstacle being that of language and culture.
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