Are you doing something for Diversity day in Luxembourg? Have you thought about what you are going to tell people about these actions?
We live in a polyglot world. This is especially true for European countries like Luxembourg: an average Luxembourgian speaks up to five different languages a day. Children who grow up in such a multilingual environment require tech-filled aid in increasing their language awareness.
Do you feel like your offer should be getting more sign-ups and entries? Think about changing the way you are presenting it. In this case study, we show you how an international roaming ‘low-coster’ increased the number of online purchases by engaging with customers in their language.
You run a business. It has an top notch website, which brings in lots of clients. What else might one wish for? And yet, you realize there is potential for something greater, since your products or services may be of interest to people from other countries.
There is a whole bunch of open resources allowing anyone to create a website without paying a single cent.
The abbreviation CMS stands for Content Management System (or in some sources – Content Management Software). In fact, it is a computer program designed to place and edit different kinds of web content.
We were recently contacted by ‘Biolaser’, a medical centre in Luxembourg that offers a wide range of aesthetic medical services using brand-new laser technologies from leading manufacturers.
How our contribution helped a non-profit organization to triple its donations.
Let’s be honest - while surfing the web we are all more candid. In front of the screen - being one to one with it - we are stripped from the conventions of society. We may write letters and converse publicly in a language(s) that is more prestigious. But once left alone with a search engine only one thing matters - convenience. One to one with Google we use the language with which we are more at ease just because nobody will judge us.