As we are starting to see the green shoots of growth following the global financial crisis, many companies in the UK are looking beyond Europe to new and more lucrative markets and using our business translation service to build new business relationships.
Unsurprisingly, the 10 fastest growing economies in recent years have been outside the seemingly doomed Eurozone, but the actual list will probably still come as a surprise to most people who would probably head it with China and Brazil. China certainly does make the list, but the first two are Ghana and Qatar, then in order of growth, China, Liberia, India, Angola, Iraq, Ethiopia, Mozambique, and Timor.
With commerce blooming ever further afield, companies in the UK are having to reach ever further to grab themselves a slice and of course the easiest and most effective way to reach across the globe is via professional translations of your website, literature and marketing messages. The take-up of business translation services is also on the rise and it is of interest to note that the two top languages for Technical Translations’ business customers during 2015 have been Arabic and Chinese. Arabic, of course, is widely spoken and used for export and business documentation across the Middle East and increased requests for Chinese translations goes to show that business here is also booming for UK companies.
History tells us that those companies that do escape being swept away during the depths of a recession are the companies that think outside the box and go just that little bit further in their quest to engage effectively with their customers. We recommend to all our clients that now is the time to break into those lucrative markets beyond the Eurozone – give the experts at Technical Translations a call today to explore how we can translate and localise your marketing material and get your key messages across to your target markets.