More businesses are operating globally than ever before, with the internet breaking down national borders. But the landscape is constantly changing – as is the translation and localization industry.
When the first Internet World event was held in 1992, it was a very different place from today. A year earlier, Tim Berners-Lee had announced the World Wide Web project. But few people imagined the web would one day be used for shopping and socialising, as well as connecting the scientific community.
If you want to discover the latest innovations in everything from robotics to green energy, Hanover Trade Fair was the place to be. The world’s leading industrial technology showcase, it’s a key date for major technology and manufacturing companies.
Today more businesses operate across borders than ever before. The need for fast, cost-effective translation is growing rapidly – and the translation industry is adapting to keep up.
How is mobile technology changing the way we shop? What does the multichannel trend mean for ecommerce businesses? And how will the world of internet retailing change in 2013?
Quality is a top priority for most translation buyers – but that doesn’t mean they all have the same expectations. While some are looking for a word-perfect translation of a technical manual, others want a more creative approach to their press releases or brochures. And for real-time communication, speed is also a big consideration.
If you’re fascinated by all things digital, and want a glimpse of the future of technology, then CeBIT is the place to be this week! Thousands of visitors, exhibitors and journalists are gathering in Hannover, Germany, for the world’s largest trade fair showcasing IT and telecommunications solutions for the home and office.