Our Global Head of HR Carmen Manetoiu shares some actionable advice for line managers who suddenly find themselves working from home as a result of the Coronavirus.
In her role as Head of Vendor Management at Lingo24, Dana Stoica looks after our freelance linguists, the translators that we use, and the different talent that handles other translation-related work (such as proofreaders, copywriters, DTP artists, coders, third-party providers of voiceover, and other services).
For the past eight weeks, graduate Paula Campbell was embedded as part of Lingo24’s marketing team. Now that her time at Lingo has come to an end, she gathered together some of her most significant experiences, challenges and lessons to share with you.
Project Manager Cecilia Marian tells all about working remotely for Lingo24 in Mexico – the country she fell in love with during her Loyalty Month.
Lingo24’s latest Global First event was held in London on Wednesday, and brought marketing, comms and HR leaders from across…
In my home town of Edinburgh, I’ve always loved playing a part in the growing technology community here and I’m proud that Edinburgh has most recently played a crucial role in growing Lingo24 into the company it is today.
Today Language Service Providers take multicultural working environments to a whole new level. Translation companies’ employees may interact with linguists, customers and colleagues from every corner of the planet on a daily basis, from Kyrgyzstan to Vanuatu and beyond.
We are happy to announce the appointment of Andrew Campbell, formerly Global MD, as our new CEO, and a revenue growth of 21% to reach £1m EBITDA milestone.
I’m back in Edinburgh after a great week in Timisoara (the site of Lingo24’s biggest hub in Western Romania).
The aim was to bring together our global sales team to share some detail on our 2019 plans, learn from each other and celebrate a record-breaking 2018 here at Lingo24.
When it comes to relaxation, a recipe approved by most Lingo-ists will definitely include a good book. Looking for inspiration for the 2019 reading list?