Sales Strategy for the Translation Industry

With the continued growth of the translation industry, there is a need for a new species of employees in almost every company we know. These are sales people and the…

CAT Tools: diversity matters

It doesn’t really matter if you’ve been in the translation industry for long or you only touched it briefly, the one thing that always gets stuck in your mind is…

Why should I sell Asian languages?

If you are the Executive Director of a translation company and one of your main goals is to continue and secure the well-being of all your employees along with maintaining…

PMs Perspective: top 5 questions about Asian languages

I’ve been thinking about this topic for a while now and the topic has undergone quite a few transformations. My favorites were along the lines of “Top 5 questions about…

Top 3 steps to add Asian languages to your portfolio

Truth to be told, while the industry is evolving and growth is something we are used to, the model of securing a successful lead flow into the company only by…

The Enigma: SEO & Asia-Pacific

Authors: Don Shin (CEO at 1-StopAsia) & Gergana Toleva (Global Marketing Manager) Note: The article was first published at Multilingual Magazine in their Issue on Asia-Pacific in 2020. It has…

WeChat meets Red Envelopes: Lunar New Year in China

When it comes to China there are so many controversies about it that one can hardly find a middle ground and the Lunar New Year in the midst of a…

An insider’s view on the L10N Industry and Asian culture

For those who haven’t been in touch with Asia at all, I would say it is like the French Blue cheese – you either fall in love with it from…

Ninjas and Samurai

13 years ago I moved to Bulgaria from Newcastle Upon Tyne, and for those who don’t know Newcastle, give Geordie Shore a Google and you will see why I left.…

Here’s to the vagabonds!

So, 2020 has been quite a piss against the wind, isn’t it? However, there was also good news. For example: it turns out that the job you’ve been told couldn’t…

A witch, a clowder and an impawsible localization project

Our story begins with a Project Manager named Clarice, but it doesn’t end with her. The end of her day found her clutching her forehead in her palms, sat down…