There is no doubt about the immense importance of the pharma industry, which is making a huge impact on every and each individual, community and country across the globe. That’s why a wide array of stakeholders ─ individuals, governments, regulators and others ─ are constantly following the current developments of the global pharmaceutical market, whose revenue reached $1209 billion in 2017 and it’s expected to reach $2,457 billion by 2030, according to AASTOCK.
It is of utmost importance to have a language service provider (LSP) if you want to penetrate into new markets and expand your business. However, it can be an uphill task to look for a partner that understands your strategic goals.
As we talk about the role of life science translation services within the life science industry’s global outlook this year and in the coming years, we’d certainly get inspired by the observation that the “medical device market in the EU accounts for one third of the global market, with around $122.5 billion (est. 2011) in yearly revenue” ─ according to the regulatory consulting firm, Emergo by UL,.
Future Trans has an established reputation for delivering high-quality translation & localization projects to multinational giants in the sectors of e-commerce, information technology, cloud computing and digital streaming.
Even though our success is primarily based on a highly qualified team comprising both expert translators and qualified linguists, we further support their efforts with the latest technology, thus developing a unique formula that transforms our clients’ content to cater to their needs and satisfy their audiences.
An American e-commerce and cloud computing company with a well-known international trademark approached Future Trans, one of the world’s most experienced localization and translation vendors to handle a tough situation the company was going through. The client’s requirements seemed quite impossible to meet, but Future Trans managed to deliver the project on time and to an astonishingly quality.
To capture international markets, your website plays a key role in attracting your audience into buying your products and services. That’s what makes the website localization a perfect strategy to elevate the chances of your success in the global marketplace.
It is true that taking your business to the global audience can increase your profitability ratios; however, you will need to put in more effort once you decide to enter new markets. You can do that by localizing your website; this will let you gain the rewards.
It is essential to identify the target market if you want to demonstrate unprecedented growth on a global scale. Leverage all your time and resources in conducting market research to carry out an effective product localization strategy.
A leading international player, Future Trans, which has been successfully carrying out its operations in the Middle East and the United States, has finally announced the launch of its new venture “Future Trans Life Science”, it will offer revolutionized localization services for all life science fields like healthcare, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and many more. Moreover, boasting the right principles and decades of experience, the company has been spreading its roots all over the Middle East with an aim to connect with potential customers across the globe.
International companies invest a lot of money into looking for new markets to enter globally to increase their market share and double their sales. They always work on how to market their brands to impress more clients and this also applies to their existing markets. The marketing teams of these companies are constantly researching on the local trends and coming up with marketing ideas to fit these trends and build customers’ loyalty. International corporations and brands understand that they may have to tweak how they market their products in some countries according to the cultural appropriateness in order to increase its acceptability and success. MENA region is important for companies looking to expand globally. However, marketers of these companies have to carefully design their marketing campaigns in order to tap into the Arab market and culture.