Why Translation Services Is a Top Industry to Start a Business. Editor's Note: This article is part of Inc.'s 2014 Best Industries package.
Read on, for more on the top industries for starting a business now. Before you write off translation services as an unsexy business, consider our global economy. From Calcutta to Kalamazoo, the world's pockets are splitting at the seams with population growth. Since 1980 in the U.S., the Hispanic population has grown from 14.6 million people to nearly 52 million, per the latest Census Bureau tally. Companies are going global as well. "More than ever, companies of every size are looking to expand their market and to engage with customers on a deeper level," he says, noting the $35 billion in revenue the space generated in 2013.
The same is true of employees. The Sweet Spots Phil Shawe, co-founder and CEO of TransPerfect, a 21-year-old language translation provider, says the sweet spot for his company has been e-commerce. There's also opportunity to cultivate clients among software and other tech companies. New Business Models for the Translation Industry. Spanish Schools in Argentina.
There are many schools in Argentina where you can learn Spanish.
Here are some of the main cities of Argentina and some of the Spanish schools that are there: Spanish Schools in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, this throbbing metropolis is the Capital of Argentina with MANY alternatives for learning Spanish. Spanish Schools in Córdoba Argentina’s second most important city, this once capital city in the heartland of Argentina maintains its colonial past though embraces modern life. Spanish Schools in Mendoza In the wine producing part of the country, it is easy to learn and have fun at the same time in Mendoza. Teachers. 12 Best Apps for Learning Spanish Like a Boss. Learning Spanish?
Have a smartphone? Then you’re in luck. You can learn Spanish with songs and music. You have fantastic Spanish podcasts at your fingertips. And of course, you have a sea of apps for learning Spanish. So where to begin? Don’t worry, we’ve found 11 of the best apps for learning Spanish well, and for having fun while you’re at it. In fact, you’ll feel just like you’re playing a game on your smartphone. Let’s dive straight in. 12 Best Apps for Learning Spanish Like a Boss 1. Duolingo Website | iOS | Android Price: Free Description Among all the apps here, Duolingo probably has the highest ratings of all – it won the Best App Award in 2013 in both the AppStore and the Google Play Store.
Duolingo Spanish is split up into units that have a certain theme (e.g. education, work, medicine), and it’s designed so that each unit goes up in difficulty. Within each unit, there are sub-units. There are about 20 questions per sub-unit. If this sounds like a lot, think again. Carleton University introduces unique online heritage language courses - Office of the Associate Vice-President (Teaching & Learning) Home / News / EDC News / Carleton University introduces unique online heritage language courses By Jordanna Tennebaum, TLS freelance writer Native Spanish and Russian speakers across the country will have the unique opportunity to formally study their respective languages through four new online courses at Carleton next fall.
By placing emphasis on students familiar with Spanish and Russian linguistics, often the product of childhood upbringings or birthplaces, Carleton’s School of Linguistics and Language Studies (SLaLS) is redirecting the focus of typical language classes. While the majority of programs concentrate almost exclusively upon those with little to no understanding of languages, Carleton’s heritage speakers series is geared towards students with medium to advanced knowledge of their mother tongues.
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