Stop Press **** Languages most used in the Eastern European Countries ****

I read this and was not aware so thought it good to share. Removing language as a barrier to cross-company collaboration can be a competitive game changer for multinational organizations. In fact it can open up a world of possibilities.  If you cannot speak many of the Eastern European Languages then this report  about the use of translation services in the bus and travel industry, suggests that

Spanish and Russian (used as a common language across Eastern European populations)

Really useful information if you have clients, customers or parents that come from these areas then the Talking Tools and the hand held I Can Talk  will support you in these meetings. There is also the benefit of the availability of Polish, Czech and Romanian as a support along with the other languages all available for one price.

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