April '21 Lilt Updates

by Allison Yarborough
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Welcome to the April 2021 Newsletter. We were honored to be recognized by two organizations for the ways in which we use technology to power our language services offerings - by Forbes on their AI 50 list, and by CB Insights on their AI 100 list.

Read on to learn more!

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Lilt Named To Forbes AI 50 For Third Straight Year

We’re thrilled to announce that Lilt was named to the Forbes AI 50 for the third consecutive year! Lilt is one of only seven companies that have been included every year since the list’s inception.

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Read more about it in our press release here.

Lilt Named To 2021 CB Insights AI 100 List

We’re also excited to share that Lilt was named a winner in the 2021 CB Insights AI 100 list of most innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups. Lilt was the only localization company to make the AI 100 list.

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Read more about the award in our press release here.

New GXL Episode with Nicole Kittle Broe of Snap

April brought great new insights, including from the second episode of our Global Experience Leaders series. This series explores the people leading the multilingual digital future - how they lead, innovate, and grow their careers.

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The series’ second session featured a conversation between Spence Green, CEO of Lilt, and Nicole Kittle Broe, Senior Manager of Localization at Snap. Read more about the session on our blog, and watch the episode here.

Don’t want to miss an episode? Now you don't have to! Register for the GXL mailing list here.

Translator Community Spotlight 

Employee_Translator Spotlight CardsThis month, we’re happy to introduce Ya-Wen Hsieh, a professional Lilt translator, and recent winner of the “Most Adaptable” award at Lilt’s 2021 Translator Summit.

We sat down with Ya-Wen to hear more about a day in the life of a Lilt translator. Get to know her in our Translator Spotlight here!

SlatorPod: Evolving Into a Tech-Enabled Full-Service Provider

On a recent episode of SlatorPod, Lilt CEO Spence Green joined Florian Faes and Esther Bond from Slator to discuss Lilt’s growth, upcoming plans, and how the industry can improve localization to build world-class global customer experiences.


Read more about it on Slator and listen to the episode here.

Content Tech: The Strategy and Tech to Reach Global Audiences

Lilt Chief Evangelist Paula Shannon recently spoke at the MarTech Alliance Dial Up event, where she shared tips for global enterprise content strategy and charting a course on the marketing technology landscape. 

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Listen to her insights in the session recording here.

Lilt Employee Spotlight: Chase Tingley, Principal Software Engineer

Employee_Translator Spotlight Cards (5)-1Chase Tingley, Principal Software Engineer in our San Francisco office, builds and maintains Lilt’s back-end services, including translation memories and terminology services.

We sat down with Chase to learn more about his life, his role at Lilt, and the best advice he ever received in kindergarten. Get to know Chase in our Employee Spotlight here!

Webflow Connector

webflow-iconLastly, we’re excited to share that we have recently developed a new Webflow Connector. The new Connector makes it possible to automatically send content between Lilt and your Webflow instance for seamless localization.

Read more about Lilt’s newest integration on our website and in the Lilt knowledge base here.

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Thank you for reading, and thank you for translating with Lilt.


The Lilt Team