Need translation for your Chinese trade visit?

If you’re joining the East Midlands China Business Bureau and UK Trade & Investment visit to Southwest China and Shanghai in October 2010 to explore the significant business opportunities, you might want to invest in some translation and typesetting to make sure that your business cards and literature create a professional impression.

Taking in the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the visit will also explore the opportunities presented by Chongqing and Chengdu, two pilot cities for indutrial, economic and financial reform with enormous purchasing power and strong government links with the East Midlands.  Despite the global economic downturn these cities have enjoyed GDP growth of 31.2% and 14.9% respectively.

We hear that qualifying companies can receive funding of up to £750 to help meet the costs of the visit.  Find out more about how to get involved here.

By | September 21st, 2010|Blog|0 Comments

Brazil and Portuguese Language

Did you know that Brazil is currently the UK’s most important trading partner in Latin America?  That might be why so many business owners are wanting to find out more.

If you’re based in the East Midlands, you’re in luck.  UKTI are holding a free half-day briefing seminar, Focus on Brazil, on 21st June 2010 at Yew Tree Lodge in Kegworth. As well as giving you the low-down on the issues involved in trading with Brazil, the event will also cover Olympic and World Cup opportunities and give you the chance to find out about UKTI East Midlands Market Visit to Brazil.

Language note: The national language of Brazil is Portuguese, being spoken by nearly 99.9% of the population.  There are no local dialects but you might like to be aware that the difference between Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese is similar to that between US English and that spoken in the UK and the written language follows national rules of spelling and accentuation.  Which means that, if you’re considering getting anything translated for your trading with Brazil, you should also consider the benefits of ensuring that the translation has also been localised.

 

By | May 31st, 2010|Blog|0 Comments

East Midlands Market Visit Programme 2010-2011

If you’re considering trading internationally, you could do worse than take advantage of UKTI’s Market Visits. By joining one of their overseas visits you can benefit from:

• Help with preparation and researching your chosen market;
• Networking receptions at the British Embassy, Consulate General or similar venue so you can meet your own contacts and others in an informal but prestigious atmosphere;
• Warmed-up leads, researched according to your type of business and product offering;
• Financial support to offset against costs.

The 2010-11 programme looks like this:

Saudi Arabia – Riyadh and Jeddah – 20-28 May 2010
Japan – Tokoyo – 24-31 July 2010
Russia – Krasnodar – October 2010
Turkey – November 2010
China – Southwest and Shanghai – 09-16 October 2010
Malaysia & Singapore – 09-16 October 2010
Brazil – 22-26 November 2010
Russia – Moscow St Petersburg, Yekaterinburg – February 2011
Mexico – 14-21 February 2011

You can find out more about these events and the benefits they could bring your business by calling 0845 052 4001.

And, of course, if you want to make the most of these opportunities by making a great impression why not talk to Nottingham-based SanTranslate about any translation needs you have? Don’t forget that we can boost your brand overseas with our multilingual typesetting service too.

By | May 12th, 2010|Blog|0 Comments
Load More Posts