With the COVID-19 pandemic showing signs of coming to an end, now is the time for those in the hospitality sector to prepare for the new normal. There are plenty of opportunities up ahead, and the deciding factor in whether they may be taken advantage of will likely be an organisation’s ability to communicate and appeal to new international visitors.
Aslandziya AnnaHospitality and the Need for High Quality Content – HI-COM
Guangzhou has one of the most impressive public transport networks in the world. The metro system alone has 14 lines, covering a whopping 478km; it is the third most expansive in China, and 10th in the world. It can take you to local nature spots like Baiyun Mountain, and hotspots like Shamian Island, but anyone having an extended stay in the city will soon find there are places of curiosity beyond its reach. If you want to go off the beaten path, explore the small towns and countryside nearby, or perhaps take an aimless trip down the coast, the best option is to drive.
Aslandziya AnnaHow French Expats Can Get Their Driving Licence in Guangzhou – HI-COM
While Covid-19 may have put a dent in globalized business during 2020, a bounce-back looks to be just around the corner. With huge new markets opening up in Asia, across multiple industries, now is the time to prepare for when trade starts flowing again.
Professional translation puts companies at a significant advantage. Whether they’re looking to create resonant B2C marketing campaigns, localize their products, or seek new business development opportunities, they will always have a leg up on others who might be relying on English alone, or using flawed automatic translation services. Below are ten industries we think stand to benefit most from professional translation in 2021.
Aslandziya Anna10 Industries that Need Professional Translation in 2021 I HI-COM
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.
Marie CASTANO4 Industries That Need Professional Translators In 2020
8 major mistakes that almost all companies make when they are in need of a translation for the first time. Translation mistakes are common but avoidable! How to avoid making mistakes when working with translation? That path is bumpy, time-consuming and stressful. So before you make any snap decisions, check out these steps and make sure you don’t slip down the same slope as many others did before you.
Kate CHERNAVINA8 common mistakes companies make when dealing with translations
The translation of legal documents is the most difficult of all kinds of translations and requires the highest form of accuracy and in-depth knowledge in several fields. As the world becomes more global, the need for legal translation is increasing. Legal translators therefore face many challenges that you can discover and understand in this article.
Here is how to translate brochure to different languages efficiently! When working with marketing materials such as brochures, catalogues, websites it is essential to be consistent. How can you assure your translation quality? We are uncovering our industry secrets just for our readers.
Stéphane ChouryTranslating your brochures – step by step guide
A successful visit from Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, on September 13-14 to Beijing, has led to the conclusion of an old bilateral agreement case that has been under negotiation for many years between France and China : the mutual recognition of driving licenses.
Kate CHERNAVINABilateral agreement between China and France on new Driving License regulations
As the Chinese economy grows, and more education and business opportunities open up, more and more people from countries all over the world are coming to study, work, and build a life for themselves in China. This has led to a sharp increase in the number of Chinese diplomas, birth certificates, marriage certificates, visas, and residence permits being issued to non-Chinese nationals. If you belong to this growing group of people, your home country may require you to have your official Chinese documents translated into your home language and also notarized by the Chinese authorities.
Kate CHERNAVINAHow to get your Chinese documents notarized: Diplomas, Birth and Marriage Certificates