About Emily Nash

Since entering the language service industry in 2013, Emily has quickly adapted to the pace of the industry and her knowledge is striking. Originally entering the sector in tele-sales, after completing her postgraduate degree in linguistics, Emily has gained experience in business development, client relations and content marketing. She joins Ultimate Languages as growth manager, overseeing sales and marketing, and working closely with operations, to ensure that the overall growth strategy of the company is well-communicated and delivered. You will often find Emily at industry events and conferences.

Translation and localisation for learning and development

By |2020-02-26T17:38:19+00:00February 26th, 2020|blog|

People are a key asset for any organisation and investing in their professional development delivers incredible ROI. As companies grow and expand their reach overseas, so too does their international workforce. This is where translation and localisation come in. Here are our #ultimateinsights for localising learning and development content.

Localising user-generated content

By |2020-03-19T11:35:51+00:00January 27th, 2020|blog|

When it comes to making a purchase, more and more consumers are turning to the words of others in order to make a more informed buying decision. User-generated content, particularly reviews and ratings, can dramatically impact your global brand and revenue. Here are our tips on how to go about localising user-generated content for growth.

Translating Luxury: Q+A with Anthony Schaub, The Consultancy Group

By |2020-03-19T12:18:41+00:00October 30th, 2019|blog|

In this Q&A we asked marketing and communications expert Anthony Schaub, Founder of The Consultancy Group, to share his insights on managing and creating global content for luxury brands. We think you will agree that his experience working for and with global luxury brands is incredibly valuable.

Export challenges for the packaging industry: PPMA Total Show survey

By |2020-03-19T16:21:35+00:00October 3rd, 2019|blog|

Whilst attending the 2019 PPMA Total Show in Birmingham, we asked exhibitors and attendees about the export challenges they face. Our quick survey highlighted five potential challenges for the processing and packaging industry, which we asked respondents to place on a scale. See the results here.

PPMA Total Show 2019

By |2020-03-19T11:05:57+00:00October 3rd, 2019|blog|

The PPMA Total Show 2019 was held over three days at the Birmingham NEC. The biggest UK exhibition of processing and packaging machinery, Ultimate Languages attended the event to learn about what Industry 4.0 holds for this transformative sector.

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