Whether it’s an over-the-counter painkiller or a specialist cancer drug, getting the right medical translation is critical. There’s no substitute for specialist knowledge when it comes to working with one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.
Is international expansion on your to-do list for 2014? Exporting is no longer just for the “big boys” according to Scottish Enterprise. Hundreds of smaller companies are becoming “micromultinationals” and reaching out to new markets. From Brewdog to Harris Tweed, they’re tapping into the growing demand for high-quality Scottish products worldwide.
While English is the world’s most widely-spoken second language, being monolingual can only get you so far in the global marketplace. The internet and the world of international business are increasingly multilingual.
Scottish products such as whisky and tartan are famous around the world, but they’re far from the only exports. Last year a record number of Scottish businesses began exporting, with products ranging from software to seafood, tea to television programmes.
The fireworks might be over, but many businesses in London and beyond hope the Olympic effect is just beginning. With the world’s eyes on the UK, the Games were a unique opportunity to showcase Britain on a global scale.