The magazine MultiLingual is our flagship product. We are pleased to report that our readership has doubled over the past five years. Originating as a buyer’s guide in 1987, the magazine is distributed in print and digital format nine times a year (eight issues plus an annual Resource Directory) to readers in 93 countries. We cover topics ranging from technical internationalization to project management to language histories in industries as varied as medical devices and games. We review new products and books and give you the latest news and opinions.
Digital versions of the magazine dating from 2006 onward are available online for subscribers.
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The blog multilingual.com/insights covers language topics such as translation, localization and global markets, individual skills and emerging technologies, enablers and barriers, knowledge and speculation. Primarily a tracker of news and views about the global language industry, it also explores fruitful links between new practices, language technologies and the world of ideas. You may submit articles at multilingual.com/submit-insights.
LocWorld, the leading conference for international business, translation, localization and global website management, is the product of our partnership with The Localization Institute. Attendees are the people responsible for communicating across the boundaries of language and culture in the global marketplace.
International product and marketing managers from high-tech, automotive, medical, financial and other manufacturing and service industries come to LocWorld to meet language service and technology providers and to network with their peers in other companies and industries. Information on past and future conferences can be found at locworld.com
The MultiLingual Computing corporate office is located in North Idaho in the Selkirk Mountains. We’re in the small town of Sandpoint on Lake Pend Oreille, 11 miles from Schweitzer Mountain Resort.
Sandpoint is one of those places that’s easy to fall in love with and encourages people to move to the Idaho panhandle. That’s why the MultiLingual staff has come from California, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, Washington and the Netherlands to be here. Oh, and we have some native North Idahoans on board as well!
Our offices are on the second floor of two turn-of-the-century (last century) buildings with brick walls and lots of skylights. We love being off the beaten path, but we also enjoy visitors, so come and visit us anytime!