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  1. Going Global: Localize Your Message for Holiday Retail Traffic

    Optimizing content for the local language and culture will help appear higher in search engine results. One of the largest European retailers with 171 stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland with an additional 69 international franchise stores...

  2. How to Run Foreign Language PPC Campaigns

    Context and culture should be taken into consideration and the tone of language used can be very important. A recent study conducted across the European Union found that more than half of Internet users visited foreign language (usually meaning...

  3. Low Interest in Social Networks in China [Study]

    The slow growth and low popularity of social networking could be due to any variety of reasons, ranging from the censhorship challenges in Mainland China to the different culture to the slower trickle-in of what is essentially a North American...

  4. Ucits hedge funds pose challenges for fund administrators

    Lentschat thinks the customised approach offered by hedge fund administrators is something managers will still look for when seeking a service provider for a Ucits fund.You probably keep the same corporate culture and that’s best for the actual...

  5. Asian demand spurs commodities boom

    Some of the local banks are very aggressive and are trying to provide risk management, but a lot of the local banks don’t have the culture of commodities [in US and Europe],” says SGCIB’s Godin. European and US investment banks have been rapidly...

  6. EU regulators ready to act in concert?

    The European Parliament is very firmly of the view that a common market needs a common financial services supervisory culture and practice, and cannot afford to have 27 different regimes with more than 60 different national authorities regulating...

  7. Targeting by Language or Country: What You Need to Know

    Multi-cultural by nature: Language is one of the biggest parts of a culture. And that's not talking about other languages either; not only is Brazilian Portuguese different from European Portuguese, you've got to get two hosting boxes in each...

  8. Profession struggles with varying models

    Marketing continues to be expensive due to the need for local market knowledge.Other longstanding challenges arising from operating in different jurisdictions include differences in jurisdictions relating to product demand, culture, language...

  9. Traitors in our midst

    While the US has long had a trigger-happy legal culture awash with lawsuits, in the UK it is still tough for employers to make a successful intellectual property case. Quite a lot of organisations do not specify that a piece of information is...

  10. Making apples from pears

    Among the other limitations, traditional barriers like language and culture remain unaltered. The EBF's Ravoet agrees: "I don't think you will change the culture of nations through easier consumer credit.

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  11. On the move

    Reports in the local press speculated that he may have left because of culture shock. Dounn, an HSBC veteran, was believed to have had problems adapting to the culture of a Chinese bank. Credit Suisse has promoted its head of European securities...

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  12. The regulatory minefield

    Eight out of 10 respondents claimed that regulatory risk management shapes their company's culture. The European Commission has also been flexing its muscles in respect of competition and cartel activities and imposed record fines in 2007 (it has...

  13. Beyond the blueprint

    The practitioners on the ground do not have the ability to cater to the local conditions and culture. Business lines in Asia, say these executives, are used to a lower level of control from their US or European bosses and like it that way.

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