There are so many things to consider when exporting your product or service internationally; logistics, finance, legislation and marketing are just a few. But let’s not forget the important role that language and culture play in successful exporting. For example, did you know that web users are four times more likely to purchase from a website that communicates in their own language? This free webinar will look at why it is important to invest in languages when you are breaking into new markets, how to get the best results once you have decided to translate and promote your business worldwide and how to ensure that you are also bridging the cultural gap when moving into markets overseas.

Key learning points:
- The benefits of investing in languages when expanding into international markets
- The basics you need to master to create a great first impression
- What you should translate to help break into new markets
- How to write content for translation
- Top tips to ensure the best results on any translation project
- Implications of cultural differences in business relations

Registration: You can register for this free webinar online here:

Santander Breakthrough and Cause4 – Women in Breakthrough Mentoring Programme
Are you a female entrepreneur in the UK with your own fast-growth small or medium enterprise? Would you benefit from advice and guidance from a successful female entrepreneur?

Santander’s Breakthrough programme is delighted to announce the launch of the Women in Breakthrough Mentoring Programme for the next generation of fast-growth female entrepreneurs, in partnership with social enterprise Cause4.

The year-long programme has been developed to ensure that ambitious female entrepreneurs get the support they need, to overcome the challenges they face. Mentors will be matched with mentees based on business sector, location and personal interests, with consideration given to the support they need to achieve growth.

From February to December 2015, mentors will meet with mentees every six weeks to identify the business objectives and share progress, and the mentor will have an opportunity to share their advice on business success.

For more information about the mentoring programme and details on how to apply (by 26th January 2015), please visit: