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For businesses expand internationally, the transfer of technical knowledge in language is key to success. Technical knowledge is information dealing with scientific or technical subjects which use specialized terminology. Some examples of different technical knowledge may be found in  patents, user manuals, reports, articles (medical,...

It can be a long and expensive process to gain the trust of consumers who have used their own local companies' products for years or even generations. International marketing also has potential for miscommunication due to variations in language and culture. https://smallbusiness.chron.com/challenges-firms-face-international-marketing-3356.html ...

To increase your business opportunities and growth in international markets, your company website should provide localized translation for customers in their native languages. Here are a few ways website translation can help accelerate international sales and growth for your company: Optimizes customers experiences Customers need to have...

Marketing in Argentina is really a process Cultural Acclimatization or, finding a way to culturalize your business in order to reap the same results your business has achieved domestically. Are you selling into Argentina? How did you culturalize your message? https://www.startupoverseas.co.uk/starting-a-business-in-argentina/marketing-a-business.html ...