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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News And Announcements January - June 2010 arrow Double Whammy For Translation Company Lingo24 In Business Awards
Double Whammy For Translation Company Lingo24 In Business Awards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lingo24   
05 Jan 2010
Global translation company Lingo24, which featured recently on this website, has won double success at the inaugural 2009 Herald Digital Business Awards.

Translating over 30 million words a year for all business sectors, Lingo24 has clients in more than 60 countries. Winning the awards both for Export and Business to Business is testament to Lingo24’s international achievements.

The judges praised Lingo24’s success in trebling international sales through the development of fully localised foreign websites, as a “great example of accessing new markets through digital innovation”.

They congratulated the company for its “ highly complex and sophisticated technology permitting clients, staff and translators to collaborate across multiple time-zones and languages in one centralised system. Because the business can respond to clients’ needs 24/7 an impressive client list has been secured”.

Founder and Managing Director Christian Arno said,
“I’m absolutely delighted that Lingo24 has won these awards. Thanks to the hard work of all our staff , Lingo24 has grown by over 30% during the recession and to have this recognised by HeraldScotland is brilliant.”

Background Information
Lingo24 has UK offices in Edinburgh, London and Aberdeen and global operations in Panama, Romania, China and New Zealand.

Christian Arno founded Lingo24 in 2001 from a spare room in his parents’ house in Aberdeen when he was 22.

The company has grown to become Scotland’s biggest translations agency with over 100 employees worldwide

Edinburgh -  7th December 2009

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