Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reaching New Markets through Transcreation

How do you reach customers who buy your products and services for completely different reasons than those in your home market? At some point, you will probably have to recreate or adapt your messaging and content through transcreation, a process … Continue reading

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August Free Movie Voucher Giveaway!

Verztec is back with good news! Visit our Facebook page and answer to a simple question and win yourself a pair of movie vouchers to the most sought-after blockbuster this year! What are you still waiting for? NOW! 5 pairs … Continue reading

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Singapore needs to reinvent itself to progress: PM Lee

By Olivia Siong dated 26th August 2012 SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, in his National Day Rally speech in Mandarin on Sunday, said Singapore will need to seize opportunities and reinvent itself to progress in the next 20 years. … Continue reading

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Verztec Connexions – August 2012

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Importance of Website Globalization

Website globalization may have become a mainstream activity, but best practices are still not recognized or widely deployed. Site owners looking to improve their street cred on the international highways and byways need to look carefully in order to discern … Continue reading

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In Praise of Memorization: 10 Proven Brain Benefits

By Tim Handorf Memory learning catches a lot of flack these days. Informed educators are often quick to write off rote memorization as an unnecessary and even harmful exercise, instead preferring to teach creativity and problem solving. While we agree … Continue reading

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