The five biggest translation security risks – and how to avoid them

When getting content translated, you automatically reveal information about yourself and your company. This information is always personal, often sensitive and rarely meant for the general public. So you need to take a few steps to make sure your data doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. We’ll show you the most common security pitfalls and how to deal with them.







Every company has a story. It starts with the founding, continues through the first shaky steps, and then comes to the flagship project. In corporate reporting, telling this story builds trust. But how do you tell it in a way that will captivate your audience? Business consultant Simon Sinek has a clear answer: start with “why”.





Targeting Over 65s Japan

Whether it’s thanks to the healthy diet or the Zen lifestyle, Japan has one of the highest life expectancies in the world. Data shows that over-65s will make up nearly 40% of the population by 2040. If your business targets an older audience, the future is bright in Japan – but first, you need to connect with your potential customers.