Category Archives: Localisation @ko

MultiLing in the News: Protecting IP in China, Part II with Adam Bigelow

Part II of Michael Sneddon’s interview with Adam Bigelow, director of MultiLing’s business in the Asia region, was published in Business 2 Community and reveals some interesting practices for filing patents in China and Taiwan.  As mentioned in Part I of Sneddon’s interview of Bigelow, China looks to be taking another leap forward in innovation, recently overtaking other countries – including […]

MultiLing in the News: Legal Translations in Latin America

The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) blog recently published an article by MultiLing’s director of business development in Latin America, Evelyn Paredes. In her article, “The Unique Challenges of Legal Translation in Latin America,” Paredes describes the growth of Pacific Alliance countries – Peru, Chile, Colombia and Mexico – and how an elimination in tariffs is simplifying […]

MultiLing in the News: Three Things You Need To Know About Taking Your Brand Global

MultiLing’s home in the Utah valley of the Wasatch Mountains is a hotbed of entrepreneurial growth. In fact, the latest issue of a regional business magazine, Utah Valley BusinessQ, highlights six local startups that have appeared on ABC’s hit show Shark Tank to attract investors to their companies. It’s perfect timing for MultiLing to share what companies need […]

MultiLing Experts Give Globalization Tips on

In its online version, USA’s leading business magazine FORBES has recently featured MultiLing. Cheryl Conner is a regular contributor to and takes a look at pro’s and cons regarding business expansion to other parts of the world. “Ready to Go Global? Six Tips To Help You Decide” gives practical advice on basic business principles such as localization and chosing the right translation partner. “The potential is high”, Cheryl points out in her article and she continues: “Are you really ready for an international business? Only you can decide. But if executed properly, many businesses have successfully increased their business by 60%—or more—within the space of just 3-4 years.”

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