October 16-18, Singapore, TAUS 2019, Mandarin Orchard Hotel Deep in the heart of the historic Mandarin Orchard Hotel in Singapore, leaders of localization and translation companies met to discuss nothing less than the very future of the industry. Unbeknownst to guests and travelers, the hotel’s conference room hosts TAUS 2019, an event where industry giants […]
On September 23-25th, CSOFT will be attending the Medtech Conference in Boston along with 3,000 other attendees to network and share insight with medical technology industry leaders. Attendees will have the opportunity to witness more than 300 speakers discuss topics pertinent to today’s medical technology industry such as the increasing use of artificial intelligence, regulations […]
At 11:00 EDT on July 18, 2018 Joshua Hughman, Director of Business Development, Europe, who was previously the Director of Business development for our Global Communications department based in China at CSOFT International will be presenting a Webinar partnered with GALA (Globalization and Localization Association) about how he has found success in the Chinese translation […]
To be global is to be local. The reverse is also true; a localized business is a global one. Our interconnected world signals a mass adoption of popular trends, and in turn, this illicit strong opposition from consumers – a growing desire to stand out as a unique individual. In the words of Tadashi Yanai […]
In today’s modern and dynamic workplace, a growing company cannot expand if they aren’t training their employees on new standards and practices. Simply throwing together a PowerPoint deck and distributing it just does not cut it anymore. Let’s face it; what works in one country may not be suitable for another, and so forth. So, […]
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.