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EVS Translations is your partner for consumer goods translations for your international success.

Global Retail Solutions

Great success in retail is found not only at home but also internationally. EVS Translations’ global retail solutions help monetize a brand by drafting, implementing and optimizing multilingual and multinational strategies.

With an internationalization process which covers online, in-store, employee training and local market research, EVS Translations can assist in improving sales, global growth, and customer loyalty.

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International success requires a great deal more than an executive decision to go global. EVS Translations has taken its own products and services international for almost 30 years and has that know-how to help you decide the campaigns and markets which are profitable for you.

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