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Tomorrow is Now

  • December 7, 2020
  • by Dynamic Language

Dynamic Language is excited to let you know about the release of an enhancement to our service delivery suite, powered by our Translation Management System

Marketing translation

  • October 29, 2020
  • by Dynamic Language

Marketing translation differs from translation for other types of content, which might include legal, medical, or financial. The translation of marketing materials is different from the standard process, as translators must find a way to convey the same business message in one or more languages, overcoming the risks and challenges of the global marketplace. This […]

The importance of Translation and eLearning

  • October 1, 2020
  • by Dynamic Language

The importance of Translation and eLearning when combined together for global training can often be overlooked or underestimated. Simple ignorance can often be the cause, but the value generated in support of global companies can truly be massive. With the possibilities achieved nowadays, a company can produce training or educational content in a very cost […]

Mistakes to Avoid When Translating Packaging for Retail

  • December 30, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

As the story goes, shortly after Coca-Cola first entered the market in China, they had to change their brand name since the syllables of the name literally translated to, “Bite the Wax Tadpole” in Chinese. This story raises an important issue. If you are not careful when translating your brand’s packaging for a new market, […]

Lost in Translation: Communicating with Non-English Patients

  • November 25, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Medical information can be challenging for an outsider to understand at times. The challenge is even greater for those who do not speak English or have limited proficiency in English. Despite federal regulations requiring language access services and evidence showing the impact of language barriers on the quality of patients’ healthcare. It is apparent that […]

Language Access: An Essential Component of Every Disaster Plan

  • October 15, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

More than eight percent of the population, or 25 million US residents over the age of five, have limited English proficiency (LEP). This can be deadly in the midst of a disaster. Whether there is time to prepare, as in the case of a hurricane, or the crisis is completely unexpected, like an earthquake, access […]

The Profound Impact of International Students at US Universities

  • September 16, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

International students are studying at American colleges and universities at a higher rate than ever before. With the increasing globalization of the world, international students have a profound impact on colleges and universities across the globe. They help shape culture and curriculum while providing a unique perspective that benefits everyone in the classroom. Benefits of […]

Medical Document Translation: Advantages and Disadvantages

  • August 1, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

Low-cost travel and advances in technology have allowed people to seek medical care and treatment in other countries. Healthcare professionals and patients rely on translated medical documents to communicate with each other. Medical Translation Medical translation is a highly specialized field due to the technical and sensitive nature of documents. It is important, whether it is for […]

The Importance of Food Label and Packaging Translation

  • July 25, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

The globalization of business and the rise of e-commerce has made it possible for anyone with internet access to buy and sell goods worldwide. Thanks to a variety of online sales platforms, entrepreneurs can connect with consumers in all sorts of markets without investing a fortune in marketing and distribution. Unfortunately, many of the individuals […]

Easiest Foreign Language for English Speakers to Learn

  • July 9, 2019
  • by Dynamic Language

It is no surprise that some languages are easier to learn than others — just ask any high school student who chose to learn Spanish over Arabic, or French over Mandarin Chinese. But, how much easier are Spanish and French relative to Arabic and Mandarin? And why is there a difference in the first place? […]

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