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Survey Translation Approaches: 3 Platforms

By |July 9th, 2019|Categories: Market Research Translation, Translation and Localization, Translation Technology|

If this is your first time looking into market research translation, then you're in luck! It’s very likely that your chosen survey platform already has a way to handle translation. Most platforms allow you to [...]

July 2019: Interesting things we’re reading in the translation and localization sphere

By |July 2nd, 2019|Categories: Interpreting, Language Learning, Translation and Localization|

Connected Translation: The new paradigm for the language industry The stats are startling: We are becoming a content-powered economy and the old models for creating distributing, and consuming it are changing rapidly, including the sheer [...]

A ‘Universal Translator’ For Market Research?

By |July 2nd, 2019|Categories: Market Research Translation, Translation and Localization, Translation Technology|

Gene Roddenberry, of Star Trek fame, solved the language problem by inventing something non-existent. Is it here now? It would defy logic that the crazy alien races on the original and subsequent Star Trek shows [...]

The Big Three Challenges in Market Research Translation

By |June 18th, 2019|Categories: Market Research Translation|

Speed, formatting, and cultural relevance We are translating market research (MR) surveys every day for a variety of languages, markets, and research companies. It’s a significant area of expertise for us, but that expertise doesn’t [...]