How do global companies run localization programs?
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Digital marketing agency Dataduck specializes in advertising campaigns for a unique range of products. Their clients are primarily from fintech, so stock trading and cryptocurrency are services and products these folks know all about.
LELO is one of the world’s top designers of intimate lifestyle products and its sister company, Intimina, offers products and services which are focused on intimate female health.
Founded in 2007, Trustpilot is an online review platform where consumers can share reviews about businesses from which they’ve acquired a product or service. Trustpilot reviews help consumers shop with confidence while delivering insights to businesses so they can improve the experiences they offer.
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"One of the principles behind Nimdzi's Lessons in Localization series was to give a platform to these teams to share what they've learned and the challenges they have overcome en route to enabling their company's success. Translation and localization teams indeed have their fingerprints everywhere: from Product to Marketing, to Sales, to Customer Success. Localization is truly a cross-functional lever of growth."
"Even though day-to-day localization operations look different for every company, a lot of localization teams face very similar challenges. Words like evangelization, awareness, and early involvement crop up in so many of our interviews. If you think you've got a good solution, or you just want to know what others are doing to overcome these challenges, think about getting involved!"
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