With the spread of English, many assumed that Esperanto would die out, yet today, because of the visibility it’s gained from the digital revolution, the language is still adding followers. The popular language-learning mobile application, Duolingo, added Esperanto to its catalog of languages in 2015, and it quickly gained more than 600,000 active users. Today, Esperanto is spoken by nearly 2 million people as a second language in 115 countries.
This week’s blog entry on T for Translation makes a general case for how some of the standard service offerings of a localization provider can be beneficial to globalizing company brands. Whether you’re familiar with the localization industry or not, this piece should provide some food for thought, especially when considering current global trends.
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