01.22.18

Why Do You Need A Corporate Language Policy?

“It’s a Small World (After All)” was written by the Sherman Brothers to launch Walt Disney World’s famous ride “It’s a Small World” at New York’s 1964 World’s Fair. Today, the ride operates at Disney parks across the globe from Tokyo to Hong Kong to Paris to Orlando to Anaheim. Also, the song has been translated […]

01.15.18

Visit LinguaLinx at World of Concrete 2018, Booth #C3439!

Next week, LinguaLinx will be entering the World of Concrete. No, we are not visiting the Grand Coulee Dam (one of the world’s largest concrete structures). Instead, we are attending World of Concrete, the largest annual international event dedicated to concrete and masonry professionals. If you’re going to be in Las Vegas from January 23 […]

01.08.18

How to Enjoy Coffee in Italy – Learn the Unwritten Rules of the Italian Coffee Culture

This guest blog post comes from Anna Kay of Med Cruise Guide. Thank you, Anna, for your insight and informative infographic! Anna Kay is an avid traveler, photographer and editor at MedCruiseGuide.com. She loves exploring and island-hopping across the Mediterranean, and enjoying local food specialties. Want to enjoy coffee like the Italians do? Well, get ready […]

01.02.18

7 Interesting Facts About Languages in Africa

Africa is a continent that is home to great cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity. In a previous post, we discussed the growing demand for African language translation. Now, let’s explore the different languages spoken on the world’s second largest continent (in both size and population). How linguistically diverse is Africa? Estimates vary from 1,500 to […]

12.26.17

Welcome Andrew Bartlett, Business Development Specialist!

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 the newest member of our Sales Team – Andrew Bartlett. Ben joined our team in December 2017. […]