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CLS Communication has many years’ experience handling writing and translation projects for corporate and industry clients. In this section our in-house bloggers – specialist writers and translators – provide wisdom and insights that will help you get your message across.

Corporate language: style guides, terminology management

What is the current state of your corporate language? Have you defined your tone of voice? Or does everyone write in their own style?

Use native speakers for your translations.

If you need a translation of a specialist document, get it done by a native speaker – it makes the process much more efficient. "Really?" you may be thinking.

Annual reports

Don't you just love it when you get to see your company's new annual report? Particularly if you're one of the people responsible for producing it.

Editing and proofreading: 7 tips

"I like cleaning up texts and creating order." That was the answer one of our colleagues recently gave to the question of what she liked about proofreading.

Do you enjoy cleaning up?

The "PRIIP KID" document is on its way – and it's not just the name that's impenetrable to the uninitiated: the technical and policy decisions around these documents are

Submit your file in InDesign, Illustrator, Quark or Publisher format

A picture is worth a thousand words, so the saying goes. But a picture can also cost you a lot of time and resources - unnecessarily.

Language style guide

Because otherwise your products, services and terminology will sometimes be inconsistent across various media, such as documents, brochures and websites.

Over the past five years, I’ve noticed a big shift in the way content marketers reach out and address their customer base, particularly in the business-to-consumer space.

I recently came across an article that listed the “25 most annoying business phrases.” I forwarded it to my Global Solutions team for a Friday afternoon laugh, asking, “How annoying are you?”

It’s time for asset managers to lead the pack in digital media, not merely follow. Marketing partnerships now exist to make this possible, says CLS Communication.