Learning English as a second language is a challenging endeavor, and finding the right school to help you in a country where virtually no one speaks your language can be even tougher. If you are a provider of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, you may provide the very best lessons and still be struggling to bring in enough students to fill your rolls. One factor in this difficulty could be that your website may not be in a language that your potential students can understand. A website that supports multiple languages can be one solution to this problem.Read More
The business of intellectual property law is complicated in a number of ways, but in situations when that property may be subject to duplication or distribution in a number of different countries one of the biggest stumbling blocks becomes the language barrier. Intellectual property litigation is increasingly becoming an international affair, and a rising tide of overseas interests are becoming parties to these proceedings.Read More
As the owner of a catering company, there are many challenges that you face every day. There is often a shortage of skilled kitchen staff and high turnover of employees in general. The overhead of the business can be fairly high, requiring purchase and storage of specialized equipment some of which will not see any use for months at a time.
However, the single biggest challenge in the business of catering is marketing and successfully booking events on a regular basis. This is the one area where a good website can have the greatest impact, and one way to multiply the effectiveness of your website is to have a design that supports multi-language access for non-English speakers. And, if your website has online ordering capability, this even more true.Read More