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Best Professional Memory 2016 - Eszett's CEO

What is your best professional memory/moment this year?

On 1st January 2016, as the CEO of an international company with a small workforce, instead of enjoying a relaxing start to a new year, I was putting out fires in Eszett Business Language Services, attempting to solve every single issue that arose within marketing, sales, accounting, finance, operations and administration, across all time zones, seven days a week. This could not continue: a CEO that is too occupied with the daily tasks of an organization is left with insufficient time for strategic development.

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Article for YP40 Mobility column

Is Language Training really needed for Expats? Who was better integrated: Mick, who did not take Turkey language lessons in Istanbul, or Clemencia, who took Portuguese language lessons in Rio de Janeiro?

An expatriate is defined as a person temporarily or permanently residing as an immigrant, in a country other than that of their citizenship

The actual origin of languages is still unknown, despite very precise studies for many years. However, today there are approximately 6,500 languages spoken in the world. Language and culture is what separates us from our primates, making it such an important part of our lives.

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How do I become fluent in English?

How can I speak English fluently? An answer to this question comes from information processing theory. This theory says that language learning is a skill like any other.

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Virtual School

With increasing globalization and the increasingly frequent use of technology in daily life, virtual schools are gaining ground and they are emerging as a great learning option.

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A Brief History of the Letter Eszett

The “Eszett” (sz) is one of the letters of the Latin alphabet that officially has no capital form and is never used to begin a word. It is used in Germany, Austria, and Luxembourg; however, not in Switzerland nor in Lichentstein, where German is also an official language.

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