Multinational Means Multilingual

January 17, 2017 Brynne Burgess

Commissioned by Rosetta Stone, research firm Vanson Bourne conducted a survey among 500 multinational business executives. 87% stated that their organizations rely on more than one critical language, yet 70% agreed there is not enough language training for staff.

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