MLS to Present on Effective Cross–Cultural Communication at “East Meets West” Scientific Luncheon in Washington, DC

MLS Project Manager, Mei-June Lee, will present on “Communication Strategies to Build Positive Business Relationships” at Meet Hawaii’s upcoming luncheon for scientific organizations working in the Pacific Rim. Hosted by Meet Hawaii: The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau on October 6 in Washington, DC, the event will showcase Hawaii as an ideal location for International … Continued

MLS VP to Present on Multilingual Global Marketing Strategies at IMPACT14

The Internet Marketing Association (IMA) has invited MLS Vice President Shane Reppert to present on how targeted multilingual communication strategies can enhance global marketing initiatives at the IMPACT14 conference. MLS will be a corporate sponsor and partner at the IMA IMPACT14 event held at the acclaimed Aria Convention Center in the CityCenter complex in Las … Continued

MLS Provides Program Management and Course Development Support for Clinton International Summer School in Belfast

MLS donated program planning, onsite management and customized course design services to the 2014 Clinton International Summer School: Building Economic Prosperity in Post-Conflict Society. Held at the William J. Clinton Leadership Institute at Queen’s University in Belfast, the International Summer School brings together accomplished university students from underserved areas around the world to promote entrepreneurship, … Continued

MLS Launches MultiLingual Interactive Solutions, LLC in Las Vegas to Serve Vibrant Hospitality and Tourism Industries

In response to the growing need for targeted cross-cultural communications solutions in the Las Vegas area, MLS has established MultiLingual Interactive Solutions (MLIS) centrally located in downtown Las Vegas. Working closely with leading business and community organizations, MLIS provides critical linguistic, cultural and multimedia support for key local industries including entertainment, gaming, hospitality and tourism. … Continued