I remember the last days of November, when the entire team was preparing for a mini-vacation and the main problem was to find a flag to raise at our offices, with the national day approaching. And then we got a phone call… One of the local television studios wants to do a coverage on people supporting the community with their businesses and actions. And I was one of their suggestions for a story.
In case you didn’t get to see the live material, you can find the link here. It was a good opportunity to give a voice to our ideas and an incentive for others to join us.
The technology allows us now to be mobile, and the type of activity we have allows us to have virtual colleagues, working from the comfort of their own homes, from a coffee shop or from a sunny beach. It’s only that we are working, not chatting with friends, right?
Even if we are located in a small provincial town, our activity is as global as it gets. Also, our colleagues are located in different parts of the world and we collaborate virtually. Even if we are not face to face, it doesn’t mean we don’t know each other or that we don’t socialize.
I believe in the idea that any company can become global. And by what we do, we help especially companies in Romania to become relevant on other markets. The translation services, as well as the Business without Borders series intend to offer their clients as much support as possible in reaching the greatest possible number of global clients.
The coverage is part of the Made in your country (Produs în ţara ta) campaign, an Antena 3, Observator and Geometry Global initiative, having as purpose the support products and services that are made in Romania. If know a success story, let us know!