Wales England RBS Six Nations Rugby Preview

  Want to win rugby chocolates?  Leave us your score prediction in the comments, and whoever is closest to the actual score wins! The game kicks off at 5pm on Saturday 15th March 2013 in Cardiff, so please get your predictions in by that time! As Wolfestone is a culturally diverse company, we have peopleRead More »

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IKEA’s Three Key Ideas for Success

This article looks into the reasons for IKEA’s success. In the book ‘The IKEA Edge’ Anders Dahlvig describes three key ideas that were at the heart of IKEA’s popularity.

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Christmas in Germany

Our Native German colleague Christin Ahlfeld shares her experiences of German Christmastime as a young child, how she celebrates Christmas now and some of the treats available at this time of year in Germany.

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Austerity Update: Italy Waits to Learn its Fate

By Mari d’Antonio, Online Marketing Executive at Wolfestone As Greece voted to keep a government committed to austerity measures, Europe breathed a sigh of relief and southern Europe began to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Italy, one of the countries hit by recession, has been through difficult times recently.  However, underRead More »

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A Guide to Surviving Conversations in a Foreign Language

By Silke Lührmann Having to make or take phone calls in a foreign language, even one we know fairly well, is a terrifying prospect. Verbal speech is only a very small part of any face-to-face conversation. On the phone, it’s everything: you can’t resort to communicating with facial expressions, hands and legs, drawing pictures forRead More »

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Hi, I’m Bethan. But You Can Call Me Brian.

  Project Manager Bethan Aston relates her experiences living overseas with a Welsh name. You can find out more about Bethan and the rest of our team at http://www.wolfestone.co.uk/bios.php   At Wolfestone we speak over 20 global languages between us.  Given this level of cultural diversity, it’s natural that many Wolfestone staff members have had problemsRead More »

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