U.S. Journal of Academics FundsV Working Group
February 2012 
Emerging Language Markets recently released its 2011 Web Globalization Report Card, with reviews of 250 web sites across 25 industries. Those 250 sites support an average of 23 languages. Fast-growing languages online include Hungarian, Turkish, Indonesian, and Russian. Learn more:

The group acknowledges the challenge of balancing the demands for delivering websites across both personal computers and mobile devices, as well as supporting social networks in local languages. These are exciting times to be involved in web globalization -- but also challenging times. Never before have companies had to support so much content across so many languages and so many devices.

USjournal can help you reach those niche markets. We haven't seen much demand from international educators targeting Hungarian speakers, but we feature well-established independent domains for the other three most significant emerging language markets:

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U.S. Education Mission to Poland and the Czech Republic: The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, and the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service is organizing an education mission to Warsaw and Prague from 15-19 April 2012. This mission will include representatives from regionally accredited graduate programs and 4-year undergraduate educational institutions. The mission includes one-on-one appointments with potential partners, embassy briefings, student fairs and networking events in the two target cities -- two dynamic and growing markets that hold high potential for U.S. educational institutions. Contact James Paul at ph 617-565-4304, or for details.

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