Portugal’s language services market has never been researched in-depth before. This study provides transparency and structure to an otherwise fragmented and piecemeal market.
The aim of the report is to guide industry professionals to understand the business of language services in the region. Language services is a knowledge industry that is inclusive: it hires across and involves a number of cultures, and it provides opportunities for remote work, which can be especially significant to those who would otherwise have a difficult time finding work on-site. More importantly, translation brings in money to local economies from the outside, and it stimulates exporters to expand and reach more markets, a crucial move in today’s global strategy.
This report considers Portugal in the framework of the European language services industry as well as in the international context.
In this webinar co-hosted by Nimdzi and Xillio, we look at technology around localization and connectivity.
Continuous growth and fragmentation have been the key characteristics of the language services market. Let's see what the data says.
McDonald’s Portugal recently made headlines after a Halloween campaign backfired. In an attempt to celebrate the spooky season, the fast-food giant’s Portuguese branch released a special Halloween edition of its ice cream Sundae.
Localization, by its very nature, is a global business. The globalized language service company offers several distinct advantages outside of production efficiency. The globalized language service company also has the opportunity to offset domestic revenues with foreign revenues helping to diversify portfolios and create stability regardless of market fluctuations.