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Right now we are witnessing a global race where almost every company wants to expand to international market and reach diverse audiences. Translation needs no introduction when you have to formulate an effective communication to convey accurately and precisely. But still many entry level organizations neglect its importance and think English, being a universal language, is more than enough to communicate. What they don’t understand that to be very clearly in communication, translation does matter a lot and without it you may face several unfortunate situations such as:
• Unambiguous Communication: without translation, you can’t be so sure that your audiences are getting the right message. Just put yourself in their shoes and then analyze the situation. It becomes highly difficult for any person of different language to get correct info.
• Missed Opportunities: You want to enter into new market but you don’t want to decipher their language. How you’re going to promote your product without proper understanding of their languages? Your potential customers will pay little or no attention at your products.
• Rivalries: Your rivals can go to any extent to keep you away from the market. How willing are you to compete with them? If you think that you can avoid competition then you’re just living a dream. Without translation you won’t be able to beat domestic players.
Informal communication can cause confusion and misinterpretation. Translation helps in getting people closer. It develops a formal way to communicate right message.
☞ Facts About Belarusian Language:
♦ It is majorly spoken in Belarus.
♦ There are around 10.5 million Belarusian speakers all around the world.
♦ It is a part of East Slavic languages family.
♦ In 1999 this language got its official status.
♦ There are two dialects of Belarusian language.
♦ Belarusian is closely related to Russian and Ukrainian language.
♦ In the beginning Belarusian was written in Cyrillic alphabet.
♦ In late 19th century, it started using Latin alphabets.
♦ Earlier in English this language was known as Byelorussian or Belorussian.
Belarusian is official language of Belarus and is spoken by nearly 10.5 million people worldwide. It has very strong connection with Russian and Ukrainian. After 18th century the old Belarusian language was surpassed by modern Belarusian language. In 1924 Belarusian, Russian, Yiddish and Polish languages got equal status in Soviet Belarus.
☞ Belarusian Is Official Language Of:
☞ Dialects Of Belarusian Langauge
☞ Information About The Belarusian Native Country:
♦ Country: Belarus
♦ Capital: Minsk
♦ Population: 9,498,700
♦ Government Type: Presidential Republic
♦ Currency: New Belarusian ruble (BYN)
♦ GDP: $164.837 billion
♦ Unemployment Rate: 5.9%.
♦ Major Industries: Metallurgical, Mechanical Engineering, Agricultural, Cars, Machine-Tool Constructing, Tool Industry, Instrument Making, Radio Engineering, Electronic, Optics-Mechanical, Chemical and Petrochemical.
☞ Facts about Belarus:
» Belarus was colony of Soviet Union till 1991.
» Belarus means ‘White Russia.’
» This country occupies the third largest land area in Europe after Great Britain and Rumania.
» Agriculture and manufacturing industries covers the major part of its economy.
» The highest point of Belarus is 345m above the sea level.
» Alexander Lukashenko is the first and the only president of Belarus who is yet serving the nation after the first election of 1994.
» The personal income tax rate in Belarus is 13%.
» Belarus is the only European country that still has death penalty.
» Russia is the largest political and economic partner of Belarus.
» This country has four UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
☞ History Of Belarusian Language:
Old Belarusian was the official language of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania during 1230–1596. In 1517 the first Bible was published in Belarusian language and hence Belarusians became the third nation to have printed Bible in their native language after the Germans and the Czechs. The major difference between the two dialects of this language is in the pronunciation of “R”, soft tone in the North-Eastern and hard tone in the South-Western. This language is strongly related to the culture of Belarusian people. Agriculture is one of the most important trades of Belarusian.
☞ Globalize Your Business and Reach Wider Audience
To become a global player, you need to communicate in a very crystal clear manner which is rather difficult because of so many native languages. Translation helps in informing your consumers about your products and services.
At Tridindia, we provide accurate translation to enterprises in easing their overseas operations that further enables them:
• Reach wider audiences: Translation helps in making you business product interactive; generating more potential clients and prospects. You’ll be able to reach much diverse audiences of different native language.
• Increase market potential: You can easily analyze which market has potential and where you customers lie. With translation, you can tap every single opportunity of profitability, market expansion, new product segment, potential customers, etc.
• Outrun Competitors: Go head to head with all your competitors. Translation itself serves as an important advertisement tool in sharing right information and generating more awareness. This will lead to boost in sales and revenues.
The first rule before you penetrate any market is to develop a solid communication strategy across all countries and translation is a cost effective method to achieve that.
☞ Why Choose Us?
Belarus has huge area of flat lands that makes this country favorable for agriculture sector. Agriculture and manufacturing sectors are one of the richest trades in Belarusian that offers a huge platform for investors to growth. Even Russia uses this language in their trade, so opting Belarus will definitely benefit you commercially and for this we would be pleased to serve you with our Belarusian translation service.
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