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A new home for 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.

Lingo-ists based in Timisoara, Romania, packed up their bags, computers and desks, and moved to the bright, spacious new office earlier this month. The “Lingo-plex” is in a more central location for the translation company, close to the football stadium. There are plenty of meeting rooms, training areas, and room to accommodate our growing departments. As well as being an ideal location for sports fans, it’s also close to plenty of restaurants and shops!

For those who don’t know Timisoara, it’s the largest city in western Romania, tracing its history back to Roman times.  It’s always been a forward looking city – in fact it was the first in Europe to use electric lights! These days it’s known as a social, economic and cultural centre, with well-known universities and a busy arts scene.

And what a lot has happened in 11 years! Our translation company has now grown to have 172 full-time staff members based at our offices around the world, as well as around 4000 translators working for us. We’ve got offices spanning five continents, in Edinburgh, London, Boston, New York, Panama City, and Cebu City (the Philippines) and New Zealand. We added to these by setting up in Nuremberg, Germany, earlier this year, helping grow our business in Europe.

Since 2001, we’ve helped thousands of clients compete in the fast-changing global marketplace. We’re continuing to build on our dozens of localised, multilingual websites – and launched the very latest, aimed (appropriately) at the Romanian market today.

Whatever our 12th year brings, we’re sure it’ll be another busy one! If you’d like to chat to our team about translations, foreign language internet marketing, do get in touch.

 

Hazel Mollison

Hazel Mollison edits and writes for the Lingo24 blog. After studying Italian and German at Cambridge University, she worked as a journalist for five years with regional and national newspapers. She enjoys writing about languages, translation, online marketing, and helping small businesses explore new opportunities.

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