Almost everyone around the world starts Monday the same way. We all wake up, get dressed, eat some breakfast, and make our way to work. The global workforce is collective in that we all have bills to pay, but the way we approach our 9 to 5 can vary a lot depending on where we live.
2019 – what a year. In the advertising world, a shift in culture was reflected in many of the campaigns that went viral. Marketing provoked social commentary and brands capitalized on current trends to let audiences know they were keeping up with the times.
Have you ever had a feeling or thought that you can’t quite articulate? Maybe the word doesn’t come to mind, or you just can’t think of the right way to say it. Well it probably exists, it’s just in another language.
Holidays are often unique to a country’s culture, a simple way to promote a sense of nationhood and community. The concept of holidays originated when nations’ rulers would promote religious observances, which is still true for some countries and provinces today.
Want to be a world traveler? Unfortunately, it can be a little more complicated than grabbing your passport and jumping on the next flight out. There are various beliefs, behaviors and practices that are unique to each country across the world. Sometimes, things that are perfectly normal to do in one country could be considered incredibly offensive in another.
Last month, Las Vegas hosted the tech industry’s the biggest conference, CES. There, companies introduce new ideas and gadgets to the world. Google’s anticipated CES launch of a new feature called Interpreter Mode hints at a future in which all translation will be done by a machine.