When you think of an interpreter, you might think of professionals who work for governmental or international organizations like the United Nations. Medical and court interpreters might even come to mind.
While there are many growth opportunities for interpreting companies in industries that are already providing interpreting services, what about in industries where interpreting has been less commonplace? Retail is an industry that interpreting is used but generally only when it comes to legal disputes, accounts receivable, or collection issues.
In this report, we look at the retail industry and how interpreting services can not only benefit consumers but can also increase return on investment (ROI).
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