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  • 5 Reasons Your Business Needs Professional Translation Services - November 25, 2014

    It’s really simple. If you’re looking to bring your business and product before the eyes of consumers in emerging foreign markets you’re going to need professional translation services. Period. Why? Well, for a few reasons… The BRICS As of 2014, 40 percent of the world’s population was represented within Brazil,[...]

  • Don’t Fail Your Website with Bad Translation - October 21, 2014

    The Internet has given us so much more than virtual shopping malls, Facebook and endless Grumpy Cat memes. The Internet has allowed us to connect with people, places, cultures and businesses like never before. And as the Internet continues to grow these connections and give birth to new ones, your[...]

  • Language: A Booming Business in the World Market - September 8, 2014

    With multinational corporations, changes in U.S. demographics and the Internet, foreign markets are now more accessible than ever, and many businesses are seeing the opportunities that access presents. And that’s where Latitude Prime and the language services industry comes in. Not only do businesses want their information simply communicated from[...]

  • What’s the Difference Between Interpreters and Translators? - August 22, 2014

    When communicating across languages, it’s easy to confuse the work interpreters and translators do. Both convert information from one language to another, but they are quite different and serve their own unique purposes. Simply put: translators work in written language, and interpreters work in spoken or sign language. Their goal[...]

  • The History of the English Language - August 11, 2014

    There are roughly 6,500 spoken languages around the world today, but English has become a global language and a vital part of international society and culture, and the world’s economy. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the earliest period of the English language began around the 5th Century A.D. and has gone[...]

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