With an estimated 300 million users, Little Red Book (also known as 小红书 or Xiaohongshu) is one of the most popular and influential social commerce platforms in China. More importantly, it has also become the country’s most trusted social commerce platform, making it a powerful tool for international companies aiming to reach shoppers in China.
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With the end of the year approaching, we are proud to have been able to continue our activities and translation projects despite the COVID-19 pandemic and would like to thank all our customers for being here this year!
Marie CASTANOHI-COM IN 2020: A summary of our missions and projects
The year 2020 and the spread of the Covid-19 virus worldwide has put us to the test, not only in terms of health but also economically. Many businesses have not been able to hold out and turn things around in the face of closure which has led to increased unemployment.
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Lionbridge, one of the world’s leading language service providers, has sold Lionbridge AI, its data annotation business, to Canadian communications and information technology company TELUS for approximately CAD 1.2bn (approximately USD 935m).
Slator estimates the AI segment’s revenues to be around USD 200m. The unit employs more than 750 employees, according to TELUS’ press release. The deal is expected to close on December 31, 2020.
Marie CASTANOLionbridge Sells AI Division to TELUS for USD 935 Million – HI-COM
Find out where Chinese consumers are spending money in a time where overseas shopping has become the norm! Besides Xiaohongshu, which other Chinese cross border platforms are people using when shopping online for overseas products in China? If an overseas brand has not entered the Chinese market for a long time, is it because it has not found a suitable e-commerce channel? Find out the answers in this article.
Kel YEGuide to Chinese cross border platforms in 2020
Your industries is in need for professional translators? Despite the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic has damaged the travel and tourism industries, the world is still more keenly connected than ever before. It’s all due to the availability and reliability of internet infrastructure (supported by widespread digital training). Within a few seconds, almost anyone can start a discussion with someone thousands of miles away.
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