Marketing Materials Can Be Tricky To Translate

December 3, 2015

The Internet exposes businesses to new markets instantly. And the market can be anywhere in the world. Marketing staffers may look for translators who can read and speak Chinese to reach the... Read More 

Good Translation Is About More Than Just Words

November 21, 2015

In today's increasingly global economy, the demand for good, accurate translation is great. When hosting a multinational event, your ideas must be translated effectively into the native language... Read More 

Why Words Often Fail Us

November 10, 2015

If you have a cat or a dog, you've probably learned the meaning of their vocal signals. After all, animal sounds are typically very reliable. When a cat purrs with contentment or a dog growls in... Read More 

Three Tips for Conducting Better Multilingual Events

October 30, 2015

If you're in the business of planning and producing multilingual conferences or major business events, you know that applicable trends come and go. But three new musts likely will steer your... Read More 

Do You Need Attendees to Answer Questions Honestly?

October 22, 2015

So how do you get much needed feedback from your presentations without generating long discussions? In business today, there seems to be a growing need for an efficient flow of two-way of... Read More 

Do You Know Which Readability Test to Use for Your Document?

September 28, 2015

Although scholarly types of readers may prefer content that contains complex sentence structures with multiple syllable words that most of us would have to look up in a dictionary, writing content... Read More 

How Do Languages Become Extinct?

September 14, 2015

In recent years, sociolinguists and linguistic anthropologists have expressed a growing concern over the number of languages that have become extinct worldwide. As speakers of a less dominant... Read More 

Whisper Interpretation for Small Multilingual Meetings

August 18, 2015

Requirements for a multilingual meeting are typically based on the equipment that's available, the number of languages being spoken, the amount of time allocated and the setting. Most conferences... Read More 

Could Mandarin Become a Lingua Franca for Global Business?

August 13, 2015

If you want to make an great impression when speaking on a global stage, begin your speech in the native tongue. Fluency in a local dialect can capture a crowd's attention and earn you... Read More 

Importance of Relay Interpretation at Multilingual Events

July 21, 2015

Around the Middle Ages, seaports developed along the coastal areas of the Mediterranean and seafarers suddenly had a pressing need to communicate with strangers who spoke different native... Read More 

Client Spotlight

Everything was well prepared by the ProLingo staff, so we were able to start our meeting promptly. The technician was great to work with and the interpreters were very professional and were positive and engaged even so we ran into some overtime. We will hire ProLingo for all our interpretation needs, no matter where our events take place.
- S. Chung, Harvard Club NYC

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