Big and Small Companies Mount Rapid CSR Response to Nepal Quake
Two global social media giants acted quickly to render aid to the victims of Saturday’s killer earthquake in Nepal while a little known translation service vowed to eliminate language as a barrier for rescue workers.
“In every instance the company has made this offer, we’ve had 15 to 25 requests for translation services,” said One Hour Translation spokesman Aaron Kliner, adding the company waived its fees after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, and the 2013 Philippines typhoon.
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