Tag: Startups

Weekly Shorts | February 26, 2021

Lengoo raises 20 mill USD Machine translation maker Lengoo has raised 20 million USD in a series B investment round, American business news site TechCrunch...

Should Translators Be on Clubhouse?

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, translation is in the house – the Clubhouse, that is. Billed as the cool new social media app...

Localization lessons from a software startup

If you should find yourself responsible for localization in a startup company, there are four things that you are likely to encounter...

Haven’t an Iota About Fintech Localization? Try Cryptocurrencies

Money, Money, Money Meets Its Waterloo Apologies to ABBA fans about the cheesy introduction. But, mamma mia we need to talk about cryptocurrencies! The Chips Are Down For...

Reaching a global audience to maximize your startup’s potential

The pace of globalization is quickening. Startups today have a wider audience at their fingertips than ever before. Technology can help with this, and the next issue of MultiLingual, on startups, will cover this when it goes live in a few days.

Emerging localization technology for startups

Our Startup localization issue went live today, and in celebration, we’re sharing a guest post on the subject from Blazej Szperlinski of Text United....

Smartling: Developing the Cloud Translation Experience

After meself and himself of Smartling met at the Websummit, I wanted to look at a forthcoming Smartling self-service offering suitable for software developers....

Silicon Valley and Localization: The Movie

Well.... almost. It's a great video of a recent International Multilingual User Group (IMUG) meetup in Silicon Valley on the topic of Localization at...

Transifex: A Language Developers Understand

I’m hearing great things from software professionals about Transifex, a SaaS translation solution based in Silicon Valley.  As I work in user experience developer...