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New research identifies huge opportunity for struggling businesses during COVID-19

New research identifies huge opportunity for struggling businesses during COVID-19

Katherine Mechanicos - Tuesday, June 30, 2020

With the majority of Australian businesses losing revenue and closing their doors due to the impact of COVID-19 nationwide lockdown, new research into multilingual consumer buying habits offers new hope for businesses.

LanguageLoop, who have been providing interpreting and translation services to multilingual communities across Australia for over 40 years, has surveyed 3,000 multilingual consumers and found huge commercial opportunities for businesses who simply offer their services in multiple languages.

With five million+ Australians speaking a...

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LanguageLoop announces Founding Partner support with the Thriving Communities Partnership

LanguageLoop announces Founding Partner support with the Thriving Communities Partnership

Frans Moens - Friday, November 15, 2019

LanguageLoop is proud to announce its involvement with the Thriving Communities Partnership (TCP) as a Founding Partner.

The (TCP) is a cross-sector collaboration with the goal that everybody has fair access to the modern essential services they need to thrive in contemporary Australia: including utilities, financial services, telecommunications and transport; with the aim of building more resilient communities and stronger ...

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LanguageLoop’s Continuing Investment into Interpreter Professional Development

LanguageLoop’s Continuing Investment into Interpreter Professional Development

Frans Moens - Thursday, August 22, 2019

As part of our ongoing commitment to advancing the quality of interpreting services in professional settings, LanguageLoop is excited to be backing a very exciting research project at RMIT University as part of our annual $150,000 Research & Innovation Grant.

Led by Dr Miranda Lai and Dr Erika Gonzalez at the RMIT School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, the research project focuses on the introduction of a mentorship program for interpreters of...

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