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.
The media and gaming industries are as promising as ever. All forecasts point to growth. The size of the global media industry in 2019 is estimated at around USD 522.2 billion.
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has been affecting the way businesses and individuals work. What does it mean for the localization industry?
In our industry, it often boils down to what people are willing to pay for having their content localized. Let's look at pricing.
Sales is a function that happens (or should happen) every single time a customer or potential customer interacts with, hears about, or talks about your company. Ultimately, everybody in the company is responsible for sales.
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.
The Northwest Translators and Interpreters Society (NOTIS) Annual Conference brings translators, interpreters, and language professionals under one roof to discuss the topics, trends, and challenges of working in the T&I industry. The thirty-year-old association attracted a motivated crowd to Washington’s Museum of Flight in Seattle for the two-day conference.
According to the Nimdzi 100 annual report, the language services industry will reach USD 53.6 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 70 billion by 2023. While conducting the research for the Nimdzi 100, we reached out to the national statistics bodies of 80 countries with the largest GDP. 39 offices responded with […]