Amity is proud to announce today that it has been shortlisted for the Market Mover award in the inaugural Brave and The Bold awards. The awards celebrate the successes of the country’s brightest and most ambitious businesses working with GrowthAccelerator to achieve their full potential.
Helen Gascoigne, Managing Director of Amity comments: "Amity is delighted to have been chosen as a finalist for this years The Brave and The Bold awards. Growth Accelerator was extremely beneficial, thanks very much to the Growth Teams for their hard work. Most importantly we owe a huge thank you to our customers who have supported our business growth and of course the amity teams who have worked so very hard to ensure our continued success."
Stephen Peacock, Director at GrowthAccelerator says, "We have been overwhelmed with the standard of entries for The Brave and The Bold awards. It is fantastic...
Our world is shrinking, making global citizens of us all. Technology has made it faster, cheaper and easier to connect with far flung corners of the globe and journeys that would have been ventures into the unknown just a generation ago can now be planned, researched or "virtually" experienced online.
That's great news for business brands targeting the world's consumers. According to the UN Broadband Commission, a third of the global population already has internet access and this is forecast to rise to 40% - some 3 billion people – by 2016.
But with opportunity comes obligation. Any global brand expecting to communicate with an international audience should be investing in multilingual marketing content.
Initial signs are promising, one study found that 58% of Fortune 500 companies have a multilingual website and most large companies translate at least an element of their...
Corporate legal practice has undoubtedly become a global phenomenon – but are the big commercial law firms meeting the challenges facing international practice? Many firms have been rising to the challenge, but there’s still some way to go. In-house lawyers were warned only last year1 to demonstrate ‘cultural awareness and affinity’ - or risk being left behind by their competitors.
This edict, from leading corporate recruitment consultant Nicholas Hedley, applies equally to all law firms who are lagging behind, notably those with a deficient web presence that fails adequately to target a potentially untapped foreign-language market. Websites are increasingly dynamic and unrestricted by national boundaries, enabling businesses to have a global reach.
Foreign language functionality
What’s clear is that as far as big corporate law firms are concerned, a website per se is no...
Six years ago we began helping clients with business translation, transcription and interpreting.
Back then, it was really important for us to talk - and listen! – to our clients.
Talking helps us understand what you want and listening ensures that we get things right for you.
Over the years, talking has also helped to grow our business. Since launch we’ve translated millions of words and published thousands of pages, and most of that work has come directly from word of mouth recommendations when satisfied clients recommend us to their networks. We’re proud to have earned that trust.
Now, amity is bigger than ever. In 2013 alone we translated over 8 million words, and we know that we need to talk to you, the businesses we serve, on a bigger scale, so today we’re launching the amity blog.
Our blog posts will share updates about what’s new in translation or transcreation,...