Smartling’s Founder and CEO on Bloomberg TV

Smartling’s Founder and CEO on Bloomberg TV

Bloomberg TV

Did you catch Jack Welde, our founder and CEO, in his recent appearance on Bloomberg TV?

If not, watch it here, and see how Smartling is helping customers grow and reach the fast-growing global middle class.

In the interview, Jack talked about how Smartling is helping many companies obtain new levels of global reach. Some of the clients we were proud to showcase include our friends at TED, Path, FourSquare, Uber, Spotify, SurveyMonkey, Fandango, Yousendit, and Vimeo.

The interviewer, Jon Erlichman, also asked Jack to talk about crowdsourced translation, as well as how Smartling is helping high-tech and fast-growing companies speed up their development even further. Jack talked about the importance of professional human translation, making it clear that while the vast majority of Smartling clients do not use communities, this approach makes sense for certain types of companies.

As Jack pointed out, “The bottom line is that the most effective companies, and the most important companies, are the ones that have the most languages on their site. They’re the ones that are growing the fastest, whether it’s a brand new company or a Fortune 500 company, and Smartling’s helping them to break that language barrier.”

About Team Smartling

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

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