Freedom of Expression and Free Speech

March 23, 2021

Freedom of expression is considered to be one of the classic human rights. Ever since “the Enlightenment”, freedom of expression has been indispensable to the development of free... Read More 

Focus on Happiness Helps Bhutan Combat the Pandemic

February 22, 2021

As odd as it might seem, a small Buddhist kingdom located on the eastern edge of the Himalayas has emerged from the COVID-19 crisis as one of the most successful nations in managing the outbreak... Read More 

Commonly Misspelled Words in Patriotic English

February 9, 2021

“The House of Representatives shall chuse their Speaker and other Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment.” – U.S. Constitution In the closing sentence of... Read More 

The Sweet Sound of Español Caribeño

January 27, 2021

When you think about Spanish, you likely have visions of a beautiful woman dancing the tango or images of skeleton faces roaming the streets of Mexico while celebrating the Day of the Dead.... Read More 

What is the New Normal for Multilingual Business Events?

January 22, 2021

You might be asking yourself where do we go from here. Last year, after restrictions were enacted for non-essential workers to shelter in place, many businesses were forced to make overnight... Read More 

How Language Matters During a Global Pandemic

November 30, 2020

In 2020, people worldwide have been forced to shelter in place to better manage the spread of coronavirus. That has left many of us with fewer people to talk to and most often less diversity in... Read More 

Exciting New Features

October 15, 2020

We here at ProLingo have been busy over the past few months making our remote simultaneous interpretation platform the best that it can be.  Since our release this past summer, we have been... Read More 

Transitioning from Onsite Event Interpretation to Remote Simultaneous Interpretation (RSI)

September 16, 2020

Within the past six months, our world has changed in how we do day-to-day business. Social gatherings have been limited, meetings are mostly virtual through multiple platforms, and working from... Read More 

When Did Sign Language Begin?

July 20, 2020

Although no one has a specific answer to this question, gesturing seems to be an instinctive form of human communications from birth. So much so, it easy to assume that humankind adopted crude... Read More 

Video Remote Simultaneous Interpretation

June 12, 2020

The need for accurate interpretation of what was being said dates back to the ancient world. Although merchants of the Mediterranean used a local lingua franca to communicate, the ancient... Read More 

Client Spotlight

Our last minute request was literally just 2 hours before our event started. ProLingo found interpreters, a tech and had the equipment delivered via cargo air the same day. It was very impressive and we couldn't have done it without the professional and tireless effort of the Prolingo team in New York. Thank you!
- B. Coggin, President

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