For example, certain colors can be very offensive and common Americanism not understood.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) November 14, 2011
CEO and President of Confluent Translations, Charlene Nagy, will be presenting a technology workshop at the 6th Annual Pennsylvania Business Technology Conference being held at Duquesne University on November 17th.
The workshop entitled “Global Customers—Developing an Internationally Friendly Website” will feature the best ways to capitalize on global opportunities. Participants will learn how to optimize their website for international markets, plan for e-commerce challenges and see what should be considered regarding cultural norms and customers.
Nagy stated, “Besides the website presentation, Confluent will be exhibiting and available to answer questions one-on-one regarding translation, exporting, or cultural issues. We enjoy working with Duquesne University and the SBDC and welcome the opportunities to support their efforts helping the local business community grow internationally.”
“For example, certain colors can be very offensive and common Americanism not understood,” commented Nagy.
The Pennsylvania Business Technology Conference (PBTC) is designed to equip companies with the information needed to make smart technology decisions that will enhance company profitability, productivity and market adaptability.
The conference is a full day event, running from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (http://www.sbdc.duq.edu) and includes a Technology Showcase with demonstrations and tradeshow.
Confluent Translations, LLC is an ISO 9001:2008 professional language translation services firm located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has been in business since 1992. For more information about Confluent, visit http://www.confluenttranslations.com.