“Welcome to ENGLISHFORBUSINESS” was the greeting at the Verler Leben company exhibition. This was the first time the language and translation service provider had been represented by a stand at this display of regional industry. Its presentation made it a real eye-catcher: passers-by were tempted to stop for a while by the old English furniture and a truly British bar, behind which, in authentic fashion, Guinness, ale or lager and five-o’clock tea were being served.

Among the most sought-after items were English courses tailored to individual needs and stages of learning, and company seminars for mechanical engineers and sales managers. Discussions with decision-makers from the region’s companies also showed an increasing demand for translation services – there was an immediate follow-up order in this field for ENGLISHFORBUSINESS. A suggestion by the visitors was also well received by Douglas Harrison: due to popular demand, ENGLISHFORBUSINESS is now extending its range of translation service languages to include French and Spanish (other languages can also be selected).

INTERNATIONALFORBUSINESS: that will be the feature of the next Verler industry exhibition.