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Website Globalization & E-Business White Paper Series Covers Top Countries and Languages

Globalization Partners International (GPI)


Wednesday, 1 October, 2008

Globalization Partners International (GPI), a provider of document, website and software translation services and Professor Nitish Singh, PhD, Author of “The Culturally Customized Website”, announced the release of a unique series of country-specific reports on Website Globalization and E-Business.

“This series of reports is meant to be a primer on global e-Business as well as a collection of language, culture and website globalization facts by country,” says Martin Spethman, GPI’s Managing Partner. “The research can be found at http://www.globalizationpartners.com/white-papers.aspx and will be available as well through a series of articles in Multilingual Computing Magazine beginning in December 2008.

The series includes:

Website Globalization and E-Business – China
Website Globalization and E-Business – Japan
Website Globalization and E-Business – Germany
Website Globalization and E-Business – US Hispanic Market
Website Globalization and E-Business – Brazil
Website Globalization and E-Business – India
Website Globalization and E-Business – Russia
Website Globalization and E-Business – Argentina
Website Globalization and E-Business – France
Website Globalization and E-Business – United Kingdom
Website Globalization and E-Business – United Arab Emirates

Special Bonus Paper: The US Hispanic Market In Depth - which includes a study of 208 websites of U.S. organizations that have web pages designed specifically for the U.S. Hispanic market.

“US firms looking to sell their products and services globally via the web will appreciate the overviews and insights into e-business, website globalization and consumers in these countries,” says Nitish Singh, PhD, Author of “The Culturally Customized Website”. “Each paper includes research and information on culture, consumer values, market stats, online consumer behavior, consumer segments, language, website globalization, cultural customizations, website customizations and search engine marketing per country, as well as a host of useful links.”

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