Language Connect Expands Team And Launches Social Initiative Over

In November, LSP language connect welcomes new two colleagues December 10, 2010, Munich: the international language services language connect with its headquarters in London extended his Munich team and welcomed two new employees in November in his German Office. The good economic development of the company in the past year 2010 due to rising global demand for continued professional language services. A positive trend in the company according to and occupied new positions at its offices in London and Munich. Language connect Germany reinforced the project management and marketing departments with the new employees. Inga Rienacker, who previously served as project coordinator in market research for national and international studies took over new responsibilities as a project manager. Dealing first and foremost to the management of the accounts and the processing of new projects. Esther Recktenwald took classic items from the marketing and the press and public relations at Location Germany. The former journalist has extensive experience in international agencies.

With these new professionals, the company wants to further increase the quality of customer care. We are pleased to have won two professionals that optimally complement our team, says the head of the Munich Office, Christina Stuttgen. So that the world’s poorest countries can benefit from the success of European enterprises, supports language connect this micro loan since November the international relief organization Kiva conveyed over the Internet and presents small businesses from many economically weak countries of all over the world on its website. The companies, for example, a car, a computer or new goods can purchase through the granting of the loan. Aim of the organisation is the poverty in the world with dignity to curb responsibility and transparency of the funds.

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