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Translations for small businesses, gain a competitive edge.

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Translations for small businesses can sound like a waste of budget but businesses today, no matter their size, cater to a multi-ethnic market. It does not matter where they are located. Consumers who speak various languages will use their products or services. Selling in other languages, although intimidating in the beginning, is a distinct advantage. […]

Digital media localisation

Website localisation: to integrate or not to integrate, that is the question.

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If you are planning to penetrate international markets you will, at some point, face the challenge of website localisation. Having your content available in the local language of your target markets will help increase visibility and brand awareness but also directly impact your export sales. Especially in the case of online-based businesses. Website localisation will […]

CALD Communities & Multicultural Australia

2M lingo will provide first QLD Government’s Indigenous interpreting service

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At 2M we have a long track record with Indigenous languages since our debut in 1999. Our CEO Tea Dietterich established in 2000 with the Mirima Dawang Woorlab-Gerring Language Centre in Kununurra, the Indigenous Interpreting Service, the “Kimberley Interpreting Service (KIS)” in W.A. and was instrumental in promoting the rights of Aboriginal people to the […]

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2M to launch new video remote interpreting service 2M Lingo

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Discover our new video remote interpreting and management platform, 2M lingo. 2M lingo allows for real-time audio & video conversation between interpreters and clients through a mobile application or a web application and a wide set of management features ranging from interpreter booking to invoices management. In the age of disruptive technologies and industry 4.0, […]

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2M interpreters at Dreamtime Australia 2017

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2M interpreters at Dreamtime 2017 Dreamtime is one of the biggest events in the Australian tourism industry and takes place every two years. Dreamtime 2017 was held in our beautiful city and booming tourist destination Brisbane this week from 3-6 December. The previous Dreamtime event took place in Adelaide in 2015. The event hosted more than […]

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Sports interpreting and Brisbane Global Rugby Tens

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Our River City Brisbane is not only host to high profile international political events like G20 but also attracts prime sporting events from tennis tournaments like ATP Brisbane to the AFC Soccer Asian Cup where sports interpreting comes into play. Last weekend saw Brisbane become the centre of the rugby world through the first edition […]

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2M CEO appointed to new NAATI TRAC

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2M CEO Tea Dietterich was honoured to be joining fellow industry leaders in the inaugural NAATI TRAC meeting held in Canberra last thursday 9th of february. The NAATI Board of Directors has recently approved the establishment of the Technical ReferenceAdvisory Committee (TRAC) to provide advice on a range of industry policy issues and to support […]

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2M Conference Interpreters at the FATF Conference in Korea

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Korea was the host this year of the annual Conference of the Financial Action Task Force, an inter-governmental body that deals with matters relating to combatting money laundering and terrorism financing. After 2M already provided the conference interpreters for this conference in Brisbane last year when Australia was hosting the conference,  it was again the […]

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2M Update – On BYO and Survival of the Fittest

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When I arrived on the shores of Sydney in 1997, Down Under had a whole swag of surprises and cultural curiosities for me. One of the things I learned quickly was the BYO formula. Bring your wine to the restaurant, bring your chair to a neighbour’s garden party… I was fascinated how simple everything was. […]