04.29.16

Welcome Lilly Kahrs, Project Manager!

At LinguaLinx, words and languages are our business and our passion. Our success depends having a team of great people behind our work! We’d like to show you a little bit of who we are. With that, join us in welcoming Lilly Kahrs to the team as our newest Project Manager! She joined our team in April […]

04.27.16

What Does Training Localization Really Mean?

Online training (or eLearning) has become the preferred way for global companies to reach learners around the world in an efficient and effective way.  (We touch on the benefits of global eLearning in a previous blog post.) As a learning and development professional, you are tasked with creating engaging training content. In some cases, you might […]

04.22.16

20 Year Industry Veteran Joins the LinguaLinx Team!

Through hard work and dedication, we have experienced a lot of growth here at LinguaLinx. Our continued growth has allowed us to expand our team. Our most recent addition is David Serra, a 20-year veteran in the Language Services Industry. He will be based in Seattle, Washington.  His extensive resume includes localization roles at a […]

04.20.16

Celebrate Chinese Language Day!

Did you know that today (April 20th) is Chinese Language Day? In 2010, the United Nations created language days for each of their six official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish.  Their goal is to promote multilingualism and cultural diversity. Why April 20th? This date is in honor of Cangjie. He is a legendary ancient […]

04.08.16

Localization Tips for Startups

Startup companies rarely (if ever) develop with the idea of “thinking small.” In today’s fast-moving and dynamic market, startup companies have the ability to grow and thrive. Technology is global, and therefore many startups have their eyes on going global right away. That is a great reason to provide tips on localization for startups. Making […]