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Brand Names That Work
Important considerations for selecting successful product and service names in foreign countries from NameStormers®. Click here to link.
"Translation—Getting It Right"
A guide from the American Translators Association (ATA) on what you need to consider before buying translation services. Click here to download PDF.
No Longer Lost in Translation
Like it or not your organization must succeed in a global environment to survive and thrive. Language differences and communication delays can easily disrupt any company's plans to make a splash overseas. Discover ways to bridge the communication gap. Click here to download PDF.
Reaching Global Customers
Do you struggle to reach customers beyond your own country's borders? If targeting clients in other countries seems daunting, there is one simple step you can start with. Click here to read more. (Harvard Business Review)
Get the Most Out of Working with an Interpreter
A helpful guide to ensure that you get the most out of working with a professional interpreter. Click here to download PDF.
"Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Consequences of Non-Compliance"
For government agencies (social services, law enforcement, etc.) and healthcare providers receiving federal subsidies, an informative article by Bruce Adelson,* an attorney and consultant who spent five years with the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, about the financial costs resulting from language-based discrimination cases against federally funded healthcare providers. Click here to download PDF.
"What You Need to Know to Comply with a Broader Americans with Disabilities Act"
For organizations receiving federal funds serving non-English-speaking and hearing-impaired clients, a comprehensive examination of the American Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 by Bruce Adelson* (published in the Summer 2009 issue of the American Bar Association's The Public Lawyer). Click here to download PDF.
"ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines - Speaking, Writing, Listening, and Reading"
2012 Guidelines from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Click here to download PDF.
More resources are available for clients at Choice University™. Contact us for more information.
*Bruce Adelson can be reached at 301.762.5272 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Infographic: World Languages: Facts and Numbers
There are approximately 6900 languages currently spoken around the world. Click here to learn more about the world's languages.