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Japan Is Going English

Japan Is Going English

Publish Date:  July 2, 2015 Source:  LinkedIn Author:  Hiroshi Mikitani Learning English is a challenge for a Japanese company, but one I am committed to, not just for myself, but for a larger goal. Englishnization is, in my opinion, not just a strategy for Rakuten, but a global strategy for Japan. […]

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Corporate China Speaks Business

Corporate China Speaks Business

Publish Date:  July 23, 2015 Source:  Asia Outlook Author:  Emily Jarvis …English is the de facto language of trade, commerce and international politics for its association with cultural neutrality. Culturally and linguistically different countries, like China and India for example, naturally lean on English to communicate with each other. English is […]

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Impact of English Proficiency on Global Business

Impact of English Proficiency on Global Business

Explore the Impact of English Proficiency on Global Business In today’s global marketplace, English is the universal language of business. In our exclusive whitepaper, 66% of companies reported that the lack of an English-proficient workforce posed a challenge for global expansion. Alternatively, 94% of companies with adequate English proficiency have […]

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The Power of English Assessment

The Power of English Assessment

When English proficiency is a priority, English assessment is a necessity. For multinational companies around the world, in nearly every industry, globalization is the key to growth. Companies must expand into new countries and attract new customers, if they want to stay competitive. Communication is a critical aspect of business, […]

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Your Advantage in the Business World

Ever wondered how the HR manager, to whom we are but a head count in a large company, decide who to recruit, promote, or even retrench? Assuming everyone has the same performance and achieve their respective KPI, how do they know who is more ‘valuable’ to the company? Or who […]

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