The last year has proven you can do nearly everything online, from shopping and working to training and learning. We’re embracing a globalized and often remote world, where geographic location is no barrier to the resources a person has access to, as long as they have access to the internet
Language is a unifying force in communities and cultures. Even with the native English speakers of the United States, there are vocabulary and colloquialisms that are particular to specific areas and add to the culture and pride of the area.
In a globalized economy, businesses are no longer limited by borders and time zones to reach their customers. Internet access means your customers can come from anywhere in the world - as long as you communicate with them in their own language.
Translating content into English is not the same across the world. Even in places where English is the dominant language, like the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, the language is different in important ways that could affect a translation if not addressed correctly when creating content for a particular country.