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August 16, 20180

by nehal amer

Localizing your Social media content allows you to reach your customers from anywhere in the world with an influential appeal each time. For instance when a company localizes its Facebook page specific to different countries around the world, it allows the brand management department of the company to advertise summer clothes in the UAE while still promoting winter apparels and accessories in Canada. Their marketing becomes specific to each niche but in a very convenient manner, all due to the localization of their social media campaigns.

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August 8, 20180

by nehal amer

Kurds – A Stateless yet Eminent National Group

The Kurds successfully managed to establish a reputation of themselves as a strong, united and diverse cultural group, but they are undeniably still recognized as a stateless national group within our practically independent globe.

Kurdish – The Official Language of Kurdistan
There are two prominent dialects that are used by a majority of Kurds:

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July 2, 20180

by nehal amer

Tigrinya is one of the world’s most unique and interesting languages.  It is the primary language of the Tigrinya people, with about 6.9 million speakers in Eritrea and Northern Africa.  Many Africans living in surrounding countries also speak it is as a secondary language.

In this guide, we will take a closer look at Tigrinya and the countries where it is spoken.  We’ll also explain why understanding Tigrinya is essential for doing business in Eritrea, Ethiopia, and other countries in Northern Africa.

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June 21, 20180

by nehal amer

Language is something which usually divides people. When everyone speaks and understands a different way of communicating, things tend to get a little bit complicated. However, the World Cup is supposed to be an event that brings the world closer together. A shared and agreed love of sport can really work wonders for relations between countries, but that language barrier still exists. That’s why having good translation is essential. To try and really emphasize the importance of this, let’s talk about translation at the World Cup in more detail.

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May 24, 20180

by nehal amer

The upcoming 25th May marks Africa Day, but what does that mean for the world at large? The day celebrates the foundation of the Organisation for African Unity (otherwise known as OAU). This historic day took place on May 25th, 1963 – and the day itself is now celebrated throughout the world. Here’s what to expect from this year’s global event…