• Supplier Diversity Is Key to a Strong, Inclusive Recovery

    Many of the characteristics of diverse companies, such as innovation and resilience, are in high demand as we proceed on the road to post-COVID recovery. In this article, we look at the ways supplier diversity can help stimulate our social and economic revitalization.

  • How Museums Are Adapting Programming to Keep People Engaged During COVID-19

    The cultural world has been one of the sectors hit the hardest by COVID-19. While institutions navigate full or partial closures, museums are adapting with resilience, by reenvisioning traditional museum offerings and reinventing the way they interact with the public.

  • Simplified vs. Traditional Chinese—What’s the Difference?

    Because Chinese is such an intricate and complex language, translation can be confusing. In this article, we examine the various forms of the language, so you can plan an informed translation strategy.

  • Why Women-Owned Is Good for Business

    Women-owned businesses are a significant economic force. In this article, we look at women-owned businesses: their challenges and successes, along with the role they stand to play in our country’s post-COVID recovery.

  • Which French Variant Will Resonate with Your Audience? European vs. Canadian French

    While translating into French can help any organization expand its reach, the language must be tailored to the target audience. In this article, we examine the forms of French spoken around the world to help you develop a translation strategy targeted to the people you want to reach.