Last Updated: July 11, 2019 10:47AM
For more than 20 years, you’ve trusted us to help you find the words and ways to say what you mean and forge a connection with everyone in your target audience, regardless of where they are in the world.
Together, we’ve seen how differently people interpret the same words worldwide in a dizzying array of languages: Spanish, Dutch, Mandarin, Urdu, and more than 300 others. We’ve witnessed the power of reaching a customer in her native language. We’ve introduced you to passionate experts who understand the nuances of various industries, from video game development to machine intelligence to clinical labeling. We’ve orchestrated some of the biggest global product launches. And we’ve gathered a collection of stories to tell and insights to share. This blog is where you will find them.
Six months ago, our new leadership promised you a very different Lionbridge. Simpler. Easier to do business with. A global platform powered by 500,000 passionate experts dedicated to driving powerful results for our clients. Some of you have already experienced the impact of these changes. But that’s just the start. There is much more to come, and you can read all about it here. We’re inspired to connect with you, as fellow travelers on this journey of globalization. And we will do that with a fresh voice—one that reflects the relentless passion that has defined our spirit all along.
Here, you will read about going global, being global, and thinking global—what it means, how to do it, and how it will define our future. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with you, including the impact language and localization have on a vast array of professions, industries, markets and customers. Perhaps most importantly, we will focus on people: how we communicate, how we work in harmony with technology, and the experiences and interactions that connect us all.
For more than 20 years, we’ve embraced not just what’s now, but what’s next. We’re eager to share our thoughts on the bridge to what’s next here. We look forward to crossing that bridge together.