Lilt Becomes First-Ever Diamond Sponsor of Women in Localization

by Peter McCall
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At Lilt, we’re constantly looking to push the boundaries of what localization leaders are able to accomplish by running a world-class services organization, powered by the industry-leading technology that we develop in-house. As an organization, however, we’re always looking for ways to connect with localization leaders, to better serve the various stakeholders in the localization community, and to advance the interests of the broader localization industry.

That’s why we’re so excited to announce that, as of this week, Lilt is the top sponsor of Women in Localization, the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry. The organization already has a tremendous impact on the localization industry - within the last year alone, they’ve expanded to 22 chapters across 15 different countries.

Our mission at Lilt is to make the world's information accessible to everyone regardless of where they were born or which language they speak. At its core, this mission is centered around improving accessibility around the world, whether it’s by creating systems to allow content to be consumed in more languages than ever before or enabling communities to thrive. As W.L.’s first-ever Diamond sponsor, we hope to enable their continued growth, help women throughout the localization industry advance their careers, and support one of the many communities in the industry and beyond.

Paula Shannon, Chief Evangelist at Lilt, shared her excitement in the recent W.L. press release.

“Since its inception, W.L. has provided access to opportunities and learning, but, as importantly, it has become a vibrant forum that fosters a dynamic exchange, centered on the unique challenges women face. We are honored to support these efforts and hope to help continue the W.L. mission,” she said.

Overall, we want to build better communities in the localization industry and beyond. This is just one step in that journey, and we can’t wait to share our upcoming efforts to further this goal.

For additional information on this partnership, read Women in Localization’s press release here or visit their website to learn more.