Failure to communicate could dash hopes of post-Brexit trade

New research shows that if the UK is to succeed post-Brexit, intercultural skills will play a pivotal role. However, the UK is currently facing a languages deficit. A serious upgrade in the nation’s language skills is vital if we are to remain a globally connected country.

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3 ‘Minority’ Languages that Could Boost Your Business

“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world…” When the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstien penned this line in his Tractatus Logico Philosophicus, little did he know that the phrase would be seized by language-learners and language-lovers across the world.

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12 Idioms of Christmas

Idioms are one of the richest and most entertaining expressions of any language. When Christmas is celebrated so differently from place to place, it’s no surprise that festive idioms in other languages sound so weird and wonderful. Read our 12 Idioms of Christmas, hand-picked from across the world, and sound like a local wherever you’re spending Christmas.

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The Benefits of Multiculturalism in the Workplace

Multiculturalism can offer many benefits to businesses by increasing diversity in the workplace and improving working relationships. In this blog, we will be discussing the concept of multiculturalism and the relation of multiculturalism to the UK. We will also explore the ways in which language services can support the positive impact of multiculturalism.

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multiculturalism: a group of office workers with different skin tones placing their hand on top of each other

Women In Translation: Thoughts of a Female Translator

Today is International Women’s Day, a day in which we celebrate the extraordinary achievements of women throughout history. Today is a day we shine a light on the remarkable deeds and actions of women across the world; and at Wolfestone we would like to dedicate this blog to the incredible work of women in translation.Read More »

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A black and white image of the Woman Suffrage movement in 1912.

My Journey From Couch Potato to Ironman within a Year

My name is Anna Bastek and I’d like to share my reflections on my ‘Couch Potato to Ironman in One Year’ journey. Ironman is one of the toughest endurance events consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and a marathon to finish off, all within 16 hours.

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My Journey from Couch Potato to Plant-Based Ironman within a Year

Why eCommerce Translation is Essential

With the eCommerce expo being launched at the Olympia in London next month, this is a great opportunity for businesses to gain the latest industry insights.

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Why eCommerce translation is essential