Confluent

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What is the percentage of native English speakers in the world?
Only about 5.43 %, including those in United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand. For comparison, native Russian speakers account for 2.33% in Russia, Ukraine, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

A “native speaker” means learning and using a language from early childhood and is the primary means of concept formation and communication

What areas do you see the importance to correctly communicate for avoiding any ramifications?
Legal – vendor and employee contracts, product warranties, application forms for services, correct product or equipment use, patent infringement, export and import documentation,
Safety – for employees and customers, or OSHA, FDA, EC requirements

What other areas would benefit if you could communicate clearly and effectively?
Marketing – increased sales, company awareness, competitive advantage
Production – employee loyalty, accurate deliverables, faster time to market

World is getting smaller and endless ways to connect, but communication not.

Shipping speeds, internet, smart phone, technology enables faster easier ways to get your message out, but the purpose of translation is making sure they understand that message.

It takes a doctor to prescribe a medicine, it takes a lawyer to interpret the law, and it takes a driver to driver a vehicle….
Therefore, it takes translator who can convey the real meaning of your text, only a Christian translator can discern the depths of your writings.
This is what I have so far, will add some more as I think of them…
• Partners not vendors
• Quality
• The difference between Translation and Localization
• Explain Machine Translation
• Transfer of Liability
• Your information is safe – Security
• List all internal departments we work with
• Consistent brand and HR…...

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