ULG’s Language Solutions Blog

At What Age Is it Easiest to Learn a New Language?

Are you trying to raise multilingual children? Or perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn a new language, but now you’re afraid you’re too old? If so, you may be asking yourself “ At what age it’s easiest to be taught a new language?” While scientists have ...

Topics: Featured, Localization, Strategy, Tips & Tricks, Translation


Conference Connections: ULG to attend Advertising Week Conference

United Language Group partners with enterprises across diverse industries with diverse landscapes. And we believe the best way to keep a finger on the pulse of each individual sector we serve is with boots on the ground – brushing elbows with key players, ...

What Makes A Successful Global Brand?

Apple. Microsoft. Starbucks. It seems that wherever you go, these brands have a strong presence and a large share of the consumer market. Although most companies start out in one country (or, on a micro level, in the founder’s garage), many have expanded to ...

Topics: Featured, Strategy, Translation


Conference Connections: ULG to attend 2019 Outsourcing Clinical Trials Conferences in Southern California and New England.

At ULG, we are constantly seeking opportunities to stay ahead of the game and always providing leading language solutions. We partner with companies in more than 8 different industries, with teams  specialized to give to consult and deliver clients tailored ...

6 Major MDR Challenges: How Will They Affect Your Implementation Plan?

The countdown to May 2020 is on. With less than a year until the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) laws are enforced, many manufacturers and healthcare companies are battling a series of implementation challenges that have recently emerged. No matter where ...

Topics: MDR


How to Use Machine Translation to Increase Efficiency and Save Money

Imagine there was a key that could unlock the business intelligence to help you get ahead of your competition, maximize sentiment analysis, improve day-to-day communication among your team members and train global teams without losing anything in translation. ...

Topics: Machine Translation


Takeaways & Trends: What we learned at TAUS 2019

No matter how much research, investment and experimentation goes into it, translation will never be a perfect science. At this year’s TAUS conference, language industry providers and customers wrestled with topics surrounding the increasing machination of ...

How Companies are Using Machine Translation to Open the Lines of Communication

Whether you have a global workforce or employees that are working outside of their native language, opening the lines of communication can be as simple as a machine translation plugin.   Many companies already utilize the wonders of instantaneous translation ...

Takeaways & Trends: What We Learned at LTIS 2019

 Success in the language services industry isn’t possible without pushing the boundaries of technology.   The Language Technology Industry Summit (LTIS) is a European conference that convenes on multilingual ambient intelligence to explore new developments ...

Who’s behind the world’s fastest, most flexible machine translation technology? Meet Lucy.

Lucy is one of ULG’s top performers - she’s fast, intelligent and her output is unmatched. For that reason, she is an ideal partner for our clients. Here is one of her success stories: A global industry manufacturer came to us with a challenge: they needed ...

Conference Connections: ULG to attend 2019 TAUS Global Content Conference

What is the current landscape of translation technology, and what is to come? How is artificial intelligence transforming global content? What does automation look like for our content supply chains? These are just a few of the questions we are excited to ...

Topics: events


Nietzsche, Zeppelins and Wagner: English Words Derived from German

You may have heard that English is classified as a Germanic language. Although English has also borrowed heavily from Latin, Greek, French, and Norse (keeping in line with the patterns of trade and conquest that defined thousands of years of British history), ...

Topics: Featured, Localization, Strategy, Translation