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By <b>Lorenzo Duca</b>

By Lorenzo Duca

Japanese translator & market advisor

I am currently in my second year of an MA in Languages, Economics and Institution of Japan. Working in Nintendo Europe would be a great opportunity for me as it would give me the chance to cooperate with an international team in one of the most important companies in the world. I think this job could combine my skills and interests since video games have always been part of my life and I’m looking for a position that would give me the opportunity to demonstrate my communication, leadership and language abilities. Furthermore, I joined many international projects and worked hard to cross the barriers between cultures and I really want to show my potential in coordinating international teams.

My skills have both been developed through my study experiences abroad (living in Japan and the USA) and through my degree which gave me not just the opportunity to learn Japanese language but also the business rules that regulate the manners between Japanese companies. At the same time, I’ve learned a lot about Japanese culture, history, society, consumer habits and the difficulties of translating from Japanese to a European language. I hope my CV shows what I have to give to Nintendo, and I am available for an interview at any time and look forward to hearing from you.


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  • Graduated in Language and Society of Japan
  • MARCOM Post Graduate Programme in B2C Marketing
  • Currently: Master degree in Economics of Japan
  • Cross-Cultural Marketing