Christian Arno, Lingo24’s President and Founder, and Sergio Penkale, our Head of Machine Translation, discuss common challenges in the translation process.
Translation Memory Software has been around for over 20 years, maybe more, and yet it is crucial in the translation process.
In the video below, Lingo24’s Christian Arno discusses the challenges of working with various file formats and tackling the in-market review of translated documents.
Christian Arno, Lingo24’s President and Founder, discusses the link between translation at scale and organisations with large product catalogues.
Neil Campbell, Lingo24’s Strategic Growth Director, showcases the advantages of using an integration when translating web content.
In a recent interview on BBC Radio Scotland, Lingo24’s Founder and President, Christian Arno, explained the reasoning behind opening a new office in Amsterdam and discussed the demand for translation in emerging markets, providing translation services for the e-commerce sector, and investing in translation technology.
We have just opened a Branch Office in the Netherlands, taking our total number of offices around the world to six. The move follows growth, particularly in Amsterdam, for us, as we count Brewdog, Hunter Boots and Lush among other well known brands in our client base.
While the link between content creation, customer demand and sales is clear for most international businesses, the link between content creation and a successful global company culture can be less obvious.
In recent years a consistent and successful content strategy has become paramount when taking your brand global. The growth of content in business will most likely continue – with customers’ expectations higher than ever, companies that are able to generate remarkable content efficiently are more likely to succeed.
A graduate from the University of South Wales with a degree in marketing, Aja Janezic is European Marketing Executive at DS Smith – Recycling Division. She is responsible for the integration and rebranding of newly acquired companies in South East Europe (Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia).