The Essential Role of Multilingual SEO in Achieving Global Expansion

Reading time: 6 mins  |  Word Count: 1,408   In our increasingly interconnected world, businesses that are focused on succeeding do not limit their digital presence to a single language or region. In today’s digital age, businesses are constantly seeking ways to expand their reach and tap into new markets. But doing so effectively requires more than […]

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Embracing Global Communication through Multilingual Desktop Publishing

Have you ever wondered how your outreach materials, engaging brochures, or impactful presentations could transcend language barriers and charm a global audience? That’s precisely the realm of Multilingual Desktop Publishing (DTP). Let’s take a deeper look into the five key aspects of DTP services that are instrumental in elevating your materials from local gems to […]

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The Hidden Costs of Poor Quality Language Services: A Closer Look at Its Impact on Organizations

Reading time: 4 mins  |  Word Count: 1,269   In the United States, a mosaic of cultures and languages, effective communication is critical for the seamless operation of both government and non-government organizations. However, despite the country’s linguistic diversity, there’s still a significant gap in adequate language access. This is a serious concern that has […]

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Why Going Global Increases Your Cybersecurity Risk

In today’s interconnected world, expanding your business globally offers numerous benefits, from tapping into new markets to diversifying your operations. However, this expansion also brings an increased risk of cyber threats. As you navigate through global markets, it is crucial to understand why and how your cybersecurity risks escalate. Here at Bromberg & Associates, we […]

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Grassroots Advocacy and Language Access

More than 68 million people living in the United States speak a language other than English at home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Of that number, 25 million speak little or no English and are considered to be Limited English Proficient (LEP), also according to Census data. It is axiomatic that if one does not […]

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Deaf Boulder, CO resident sues city, accuses police of taking her children without providing ASL interpreter

Joslynn Montoya sued the City of Boulder, Colorado in federal court for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) discrimination after city police did not provide her with an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter despite her repeated requests for one. Miscommunications between Ms. Montoya and police officers ensued, resulting in the police taking her two children, ages […]

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Unlock Virtual Accessibility: Steps Every School Should Follow!

In today’s digital age, virtual learning has become the norm for many schools. While this offers many benefits, it also presents some challenges, especially for students with special needs. Virtual accessibility is essential for ensuring that all students have the same opportunities to learn and succeed.  What is Virtual Accessibility?  Virtual accessibility refers to the […]

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The State of Language Access Today

Federal laws (Affordable Care Act and Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, for example) mandating spoken language access and prohibiting language-based discrimination have been with us for many years. They inform the importance of providing equivalent access to federally subsidized services for everyone, regardless of language proficiency. Using health care as an example, […]

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