Smartling in the News

Have you seen Smartling in the news lately? If you’re a fan of Wired, Entrepreneur, or Harvard Business Review, chances are you may have noticed us sharing our expertise on topics of translation, localization, and global business over the past few weeks.

Here are some of our most recent features:

  • Wired: Don’t miss our founder and CEO, Jack Welde, in with his article, “Breaking the Language Barrier: Tap Into Global Markets by Going Local,” a featured piece in Wired Innovation Insights. Jack shares some important stats that make the case for going global crystal clear. He also provides five steps for making the most of Agile translation.
  • Entrepreneur: We’re proud to share that our popular infographic on unlucky numbers was picked up by the folks at Entrepreneur, just in time for Friday the 13th! Read this piece, “Friday the 13th and Other Unlucky Numbers from Around the World,” from deputy editor Lauren Covello.
  • Harvard Business Review: Our latest feature in Harvard Business Review, “Taking Your Brand Global Is Easier Than You Think,” explains that international expansion, for many businesses today, is a gradual and step-by-step process. It also discusses ways to gradually go global beyond just language.

Stay tuned for more updates from Smartling — in the media and beyond!

About Team Smartling

Smartling is a software company with the mission to make the world’s content multilingual.