About Hannah Jennings-Voykovich

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, Hannah is the Content Writer and Social Media Manager at LAT Multilingual. She holds a degree in Political Science and Media Studies from the University of Auckland and is a passionate writer and editor. Hannah brings her skills in both journalism and social media management to the team, where she is in charge of English business development and online marketing strategy. In her spare time, Hannah plays roller derby and loves to travel to new and interesting places.

About Hannah Jennings-Voykovich

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, Hannah is the Content Writer and Social Media Manager at LAT Multilingual.

She holds a degree in Political Science and Media Studies from the University of Auckland and is a passionate writer and editor. Hannah brings her skills in both journalism and social media management to the team, where she is in charge of English business development and online marketing strategy.

In her spare time, Hannah plays roller derby and loves to travel to new and interesting places.

Here are my most recent posts

Beyond Bilingual Labels – Growing Markets for Healthy, Organic Food

In Canada, bilingual labels are a translation company’s bread and butter, and companies that make bread and butter need translation companies! This symbiotic business relationship is not only bound by law; it’s bound by common sense. If you want your food product to reach as many markets as possible, speaking to people in their native language is the first step.

Categories: Cultural Marketing||

Creating Community Connections – Chinese New Year 2014 and You

How can businesses reach out to an increasingly diverse marketplace and make returning and potential customers feel welcome? Celebrating important holidays like Chinese New Year is a great place to start.

Categories: Multiculturalism||

5 Christmas traditions from around the world

Melkin Yelidet Beaal! С Рождеством! Kala Christouyenna! Merry Christmas! The team at LAT Multilingual wishes you all the best for your holiday season. To celebrate, we’re looking at a few different ways Christmas is celebrated around the world. It’s not all turkey and visits from Santa!

Categories: Multiculturalism||