Its Cake for Quake Day at K International. We’ve all brought in cake to raise money for the British Red Cross to help them with the Japan Tsunami Appeal. Here are some pictures. If you are in the area please drop in and give us your cash.
Author Archive for: Richard Brooks
About Richard Brooks
Richard Brooks is the owner and CEO of UK based Language Service Provider K International. He holds an MBA from Cranfield University and is a Director of the Association of Language Companies. Richard has completed and contributed to numerous educational programmes in Europe, USA and Asia and co-written several publications on topics of interest.
His academic interests lie around entrepreneurism and international leadership development. His dream and that of his company is to create a world without language barriers. They do this by providing a secure translation service to the UK Government and assisting many international businesses with a dynamic methodology of managing their language assets.
Richard is an experienced professional in the translation industry, much respected for his business insight and acumen, and as such has become a renowned and popular international conference and event speaker - his open, passionate and honest style, combined with his dry and entertaining sense of humour keeps his audiences thoroughly engaged in his chosen topic.
He has many recommendations from his clients who consider him to be not only a truly professional and inspirational business leader but a person who is as equally at home and interesting in the boardroom as he is in the coffee-break room.
Aside from his fascination for language and translation Richard has many diverse interests, ranging from astronomy, science and photography to travel and sport - he is considered, by his associates, to be 'a darn good golfer'.
Entries by Richard Brooks
Golf is a terrific sport and great way to meet interesting people. To help you get out there and start playing I’ve prepared a quick A to Z of some of the language you’ll hear on the course.
I just returned from the ALC2010 conference in Miami where I presented about developing a sustainable corporate strategy. I had pretty good feedback about the presentation so thought I would use blog.k-international.com to expand on a couple of points.
After hearing a recommendation that bloggers should use computerised translation to provide foreign language replicas of their own blogs, Tony Barber decided to put Google Translate to the test. I won’t spoil it for you – the full article is here but there is one section that made us laugh for good fifthteen minutes…
A customer centric internationalisation company based around the dream that language shouldn’t be a barrier to business. We’ll be your voice in another language.
Translating 250 languages by importing and exporting a wide variety of popular content formats, including Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, Adobe FrameMaker, HTML, XLIFF, XML, JS, JSON, YAML, Drupal PO, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and others.
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