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Oct 10

Language Intelligence is attending DevLearn 2017

Language Intelligence is excited to be attending the DevLearn 2017 conference in Las Vegas in October. We’re looking forward to meeting up with our eLearning customers, and meeting new eLearning futurists!

We believe that integrating a solid localization strategy is key to the future of any eLearning company that…

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Sep 27

Global Workforce Symposium 2016

Next week, from October 5th to 7th, the Worldwide ERC will be hosting the Global Workforce Symposium in Washington DC, where exhibitors and professionals in the Global Mobility industry will network and meet to share insights and discuss the latest approaches to managing and coordinating international workforces.

On the Worldwide…

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Dec 4

Once bilingual, Always bilingual?

Study shows the brain retains language long after it has been “forgotten”
Written by Kathryn Santora

How often have you heard “I used to speak it, but I’ve forgotten”? Many of us were exposed to another language early on, whether by immigrating as a young child, having grandparents or caretakers communicating…

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Aug 21

The globalization of English: is it a good thing?

According to The Endangered Languages Project, an online organization devoted to the preservation of indigenous languages, over 40 percent of the world’s approximate 7,000 languages are at risk of disappearing. With every language that dies we lose an enormous cultural heritage; the understanding of how humans relate to the world…

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Jun 5

Don’t they use LinkedIn in Mexico? (a story of cultural assumptions)

I’d like to share a story that may sound familiar to others in business development. Just today, I was asked to reach out to a few new contacts within a client company. I should mention, this particular company happens to be headquartered in Mexico.

To start finding some new contacts, I…

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