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Marketing speak that makes you cringe – in any language.

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Marketing speak that makes you cringe – in any language.

Earlier this week I enjoyed reading a post called ‘The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases’ over at Adam Sherk’s blog (discovered courtesy of @Betti_Moser). Reading the post, it really struck me that high ‘bleurgh’ factor buzzwords like synergy, and dynamic tend to rear their ugly heads in languages other than English, [&hellip

Tips from the ITI Scottish Network and Food & Drink Networks ‘Food for Thought’ event

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Tips from the ITI Scottish Network and Food & Drink Networks ‘Food for Thought’ event

Last Friday I set off for weekend far, far away from home up in Inverness with other foodie translators. This was my first event since becoming Food & Drink Network Coordinator, and I was really looking forward to meeting other members of the network, and to catching up with Scotnet members, who never fail to [&hellip

What we can learn from the French press

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What we can learn from the French press

I can hardly fail to have noticed the visit by Nicolas Sarkozy to London this week. Oh what a visit it was! It was initially unclear what the purpose of this visit was, it seemed like a bit of a love-in and an excuse for yet another flashy trip abroad for ‘Sarko’. It eventually culminated [&hellip

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