Living and working in Austria, we are often presented with incomprehensible multilingual menus filled with amusing translation errors. With this in mind, it was particularly nice to visit the Zinnkrug in Kitzbuhel, Austria, and read their beautifully designed multilingual menu.
Thank your collegues, partners and customers with a multilingual Christmas card this year and simultaneously enthuse them with facts, images or information about Christmas and winter in Austria.
Successful multilingual marketing requires an innovative concept, an accurate translation and a punchy text. But this alone is not enough…international marketing campaigns must also reflect different cultures and backgrounds.
A multilingual menu plays a very important role in driving the success of a restaurant or hotel. Our top tips and tricks for designing an effective multilingual menu help hotels and restaurants to drive business through accurate translation, mouthwatering international texts and attractive design.
Rock climbing represents a huge potential market for tourism in Austria. However, right now most rock climbing clubs and associations in the UK focus on climbing exhibitions to France or Sardinia. We can help you change this with customised international marketing and multilingual SEO.
Choosing a company name is one of the most important decisions you will make when starting or reinventing your business or brand. We’re often told not to judge a book by its cover. But let’s face it, that’s easier said than done and the name you choose will often be the first impression that prospective clients have of your product.
Market a magical Austrian experience to international audiences – Christmas may be over in the UK, but in Austria the festive season is still all around us. Snow is falling fast, the pistes are in fabulous condition and tourists & locals alike are enjoying the last couple of weeks of the Christmas markets.
Restaurants are frequent offenders of poor translations and hilarious translation errors. Living and working in Innsbruck, Austria, we often see multilingual menus that make us giggle. But while translation errors are funny, sometimes even hilarious, they can have a very serious impact on a restaurant’s success.
Multilingual Destination in Öztal near Innsbruck, Austria – On Sunday we visited Area47 in Öztal, Austria. We had been once before with a group of German speaking friends so it was interesting to experience this fantastic outdoor playground again, this time as part of an English speaking group.