TAUS, the translation industry think tank, has announced the winners of its annual awards for innovation in Seattle. And the prize for the winning “Insider” went to… Lingo24!
As Lingo24 celebrates its 11th birthday, we’re still growing fast. In fact, we’ve just moved our central European hub to a brand new office, to accommodate growing staff numbers.
Imagine if you could instantly connect your website with thousands of translators around the world. Ordering and receiving translations is as simple as just clicking a button. And you don’t need to worry about the quality – all the translators are fully-qualified with specialist experience.
FC Barcelona and the New York Times recently launched them – and so did Lingo24. We’re talking about Chinese websites, an essential tool for reaching this massive, and growing, internet population.
Umberto Eco wrote: “Translation is the art of failure.” He might be a great writer, but we’d like to disagree with him here! It’s true that translation does involve a degree of subjectivity, and the “perfect translation” might not exist. But we’re still committed to making sure our translations are as good as they can possibly be.
We’re delighted to announce we’ve opened our newest office in Nuremberg, Germany. Alexander Grellmann will be leading our team, using his extensive accounts experience to offer the best German translation services to this important market.
We love to talk here at Lingo24, no matter the language! And now we’ve made it easier than ever to get in touch, with our new live chat feature.
What makes Lingo24 different from other agencies? Operations director Jack Waley-Cohen believes it’s a unique mix of people, who are all encouraged to come up with new ideas. Our creative translation agency is made up of a culturally and geographically diverse team, who share a passion for language and commitment to customer service.
After a hectic day last week the Lingo24 Edinburgh office moved to swish new digs.
Their new home takes them from the old cramped office into an entire floor of an old townhouse. The change is having a great effect on the McLingo clan, with everyone loving the massive amounts of natural light.