Something’s cooking next week in Nashville! Cue in the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue (HPB) Expo in the Music City, which opens on March 4th, 2015. Billed as “North America’s largest indoor-outdoor living showcase,” the expo is a great meeting place for industry manufacturers and suppliers to show their latest products and innovations and connect with customers.
Where does LinguaLinx fit into all of this?
“We’ve been warming up to the idea of exhibiting at the HPBExpo for the past few years,” says Jim Maziejka, Director of Sales. “LinguaLinx works with several leaders in this industry on translation, and this expo offers a great opportunity to establish and develop more relationships.”
So, we will be exhibiting this year at Booth #937!
Indeed, language is very important in all facets of communication from marketing materials to product packaging, manuals, assembly instructions and warning labels. If you are marketing or distributing your product internationally, quality language translation can help communicate your brand’s message, instructions and safety precautions in a language that customers understand.
Nicole Savage, Business Development Specialist, is one of the LinguaLinx team members attending the expo. “I work with a lot of my clients to help translate their MSDS, safety, and warning labels into a variety of languages. I hope to share my experiences with attendees at the expo and learn about how LinguaLinx solutions can meet their needs.”
Her teammate, Caitlin Nicholson, another Business Development Specialist, will be joining her. She agrees with Nicole and adds, “It is important, too, to not ignore language diversity in the United States when it comes to safety. Beyond this, from a marketing perspective, a lot of the products on display at the expo are new and innovative. We’re hoping to help companies market them all over the world with translation!”
Of course, both young ladies are excited to explore Nashville. As Willie Geist said on the TODAY show, “Nashville, man. That’s the place to be.”
See you next week!