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ULG’s Language Solutions Blog

Starbucks Deserves A Gold Card For Localization

  Operating in 72 countries and territories with more than 20,000 locations, Starbucks has unprecedented global brand recognition. The white cup with the green logo and brown sleeve is on the forefron...

Ingeniux Content Management Systems Recognized as a Trendsetter

  As the international language of business, science, and academia, English is the most studied language in the world. There are 1.5 billion English language learners and 527 million native English sp...

Communicating in the Somali Language

The Somali language is spoken by approximately 16 million people in Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Yemen and Kenya, as well as by the Somali diaspora. Many Somalis fled to countries in the Middle East, ...

Should I select Traditional or Simplified Chinese for my translation?

  When it comes to Chinese, there is a distinction between the spoken and written forms of the language. There are dozens of dialects in China, but the most widely spoken ones are Mandarin and Cantone...

Consolidate Translation to Better Control Law Department Costs

According to Altman Weil's 2015 Chief Legal Officer Survey, law department leaders are taking an increasingly strategic approach to rein in costs. The 2015 survey found that 40% of law departments pla...

Languages of the Pacific Islands

  May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Many organizations celebrate this this month, including The Library of Congress, National Park Service and the Smithsonian Institution. We’re joining th...

The Top 5 Asian and Pacific Island Languages in the US

May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. To celebrate, let's take a look at the top 5 Asian and Pacific Island languages in the United States. Chinese   Chinese is the most widely spoken language...

Three Reasons Why Google Translate Might Not Be the Right Solution for You

  After recent updates, Google Translate now includes more than 100 languages, including Hawaiian and Kurdish. According to Google, this means the online translation tool, which is about to celebrate ...

Bringing A Google Classroom To Your Global Company

    Technology is providing greater access to education, collaboration opportunities and an incredible amount of information at our fingertips. Take a look at Google Docs, Google Drive and Gmail – the...

Understanding the Difference Between Tagalog and Ilocano

Filipinos speak several languages, two of the more common of which are Ilocano and Tagalog. There is often confusion regarding the differences between them, so it’s time to break down what sets them a...

The Secret World of Movie Translation

  Ever watch one of those “behind the scenes” documentaries or DVD extras, or laugh hysterically at that blooper reel that went viral on YouTube? Movie production has a lot of really interesting secre...

Is Soccer a Globalization Failure?

Soccer is the world’s most widely watched and played sport. International soccer events like the FIFA World Cup draw millions of viewers and game attendees alike, all rooting for their national team. ...