Apps and Social Media Translators and Interpreters
Professional Apps and Social Media Translation and Interpreting Services Worldwide
Nowadays, social networking sites and smartphone applications play a vital role in business marketing strategies. Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube, blogging sites and numerous other platforms are now employed to promote events, services, developments and products no matter where, no matter when. The world is always switched on. Whatever your company, institution or business, these technological advances have probably changed the way you (and your clints or consumers) operate. The sheer speed at which news of products and trends can be transmitted across the globe is astonishing, and means small businesses and organisations can attract global attention with just one viral-inducing tweet. This powerful new medium can be used to help businesses connect with larger audiences and the services of professional translators and interpreters are now beginning to be requested to help facilitate this. They can help post, update and promote your business or organisation in multiple languages and in real time.
At TJC Global, our network of expert social media translators and interpreters can help facilitate global communications whatever your project. Their awareness of linguistic nuance and terminology associated with the social media industry means they are able to capture local idiom and display a sensitivity to cultural differences, ensuring your campaign meets the needs of its audience. We tailor all our services to the requirements of our clients and are happy to help your business utilise these fantastic new platforms to their full potential.
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Europe, USA, Asia, Africa, Middle East, South America, North America, Oceania, London, UK
A team of scientists at Kyushu University in Japan is working to develop a possible COVID-19 vaccine using silkworms, the Nikkei Asian Review reported. The vaccine is scheduled to be tested on humans in 2021. The researchers, led by Professor Takahiro Kusakabe at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, are utilising the silkworms like factories. Each worm […]Read More
The ‘Suiso Frontier’ vessel was launched on 11 December 2019 from the Kawasaki Heavy Industries shipyard in Kobe, western Japan, the company said in a press release. The carrier ship has been designed to transport hydrogen produced in Australia to Japan. Measuring 116m long and 19m wide, the vessel is capable of conveying around 1,250m3 […]Read More
UK producer of soda ash, sodium bicarbonate and salt, Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE) has announced plans to build the UK’s first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilisation demonstration plant to trap carbon dioxide emissions for use in its baking soda manufacturing operations. According to the company, the project marks a world first in capturing and purifying […]Read More