Here at Lilt, we’re focused on providing the highest quality translations possible, and that requires a large professional network of translators. We've spent years building a community of experienced and quality translators, and we're excited to showcase the incredible individuals helping to lead the charge.
What you don't know won't hurt you. Except when it comes to translation. What you don’t know about your translated content could be a huge liability for your brand.
Last year, we started a series highlighting the amazing Lilt employees (or Liltonians, as we like to call ourselves). We’re excited to continue that series this week with some of our recent hires helping to pave the way for a multilingual global future. Get to know more about the faces behind the work, their backgrounds, what makes them tick, and what makes Lilt the place for them.
Creating an end-to-end global experience that all customers can enjoy, regardless of language or locale, is a difficult undertaking. Doing so starts with localization - after all, 56% of customers say having product info in their native language is more important than the price.
eLearning has become an educational lifeline across the globe. At the start of the pandemic, eLearning was an essential mode of continuing classroom education. Now, eLearning is surging as a convenient alternative to in-person education. Even companies are following suit by providing online training and up-skilling for their employees. There’s no doubt that eLearning will continue to grow. In fact, experts predict that the eLearning market will be worth $325 billion by 2025. As eLearning continues to boom globally, localization has (and will continue to) become an essential partner for educational success. Let’s take a deep dive into eLearning localization and why it’s important for unlocking global educational results.
Rolling out your product or service globally is an exciting endeavor. After all, taking your company global and localizing your brand can boost your sales, give you a competitive advantage, and expand your brand recognition and searchability. You’ll also build rapport with new customers - in fact, 75% of users prefer to buy products in their native language (not to mention in their local currency), so localization can have a big impact on company reputation.