Being grateful for every client, regardless of size, is one of those often overlooked traits of good customer service.
It's a blind spot! But, where does the term come from and does it have other meanings? Head over to Linguotes to find out!
Today's Linguote comes from the medical field, but is actually used in every-day language, in both English and Spanish.
From March 16-18, 2018, Miami is hosting what will surely be the must-attend event of the season for professionals of the T&I industry. Co-organized by the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida (ATIF), the Spanish Language Division of the American Translators Association (ATA), and Florida International University (FIU),* Spring into Action will be a […] … Continue reading Coming up in Miami: Spring into Action!
On Monday, I posted about my new blog called Linguotes, a pictorial blog about language. As you may recall, every so often we'll publish new drawings and have readers guess what they depict. Last week's Linguote was an intriguing green bean, and I come here today to expose its true identity. Ready to be surprised?
Introducing Linguotes: A new pictorial blog depicting terms and expressions in multiple languages.
Change is in the air! Formerly known as The Language of Translation, this blog is being repurposed. Find out why and join us!
April 19 marks the anniversary of a couple's journey through an unexpected and rare disease. This is their story.
Part II of "Do you really know your clients?" Practical and actionable tips for meeting with your clients.
An ATIF's member opinion (and questions) on a recently published survey to the membership.