Netflix is trudging forward – and straight toward world domination. They have found a formula that seems to work for them for international expansion. The higher ups within the company have made international expansion a priority. Having just received USD 1.6 billion in funding, there is no chance that Netflix will slow down now. So how do they do it?
The information contained within this report has been gathered from various sources inside and outside the language services industry. The insights are valuable whether you are a localization manager interested in learning from how Netflix does it, or you work for an eager LSP who would like to understand the needs of this unique customer.
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