20th November 2018

Know Your Facebook From Your Sina Weibo

Social Media can be an unforgiving wild west of a territory for big brands and businesses – finding themselves for the first time entering a true […]
14th November 2018

Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week

Today, it has been said, we live in the Age of the Entrepreneur.  Every day we hear about exciting new start-ups, and the business models of […]
31st October 2018

Anne-Claire Bennion Our Linguist Of The Month For October

We would like to celebrate Anne-Claire Bennion this month who has been with us since 2013 and who has worked on a staggering number of 845 […]
29th October 2018

How Does Gender Impact Language And Translation?

Nigeria is a country of many languages – among the most prominent, Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa, as well as English.  In a remote farming community in […]
17th October 2018

How We Break Our Global Barriers With A Pint Of Beer – Oktoberfest

When considering how to market yourself to a global audience, it’s always a good idea to consider the kind of ideas that unite different cultures across […]
9th October 2018

Will Robots Replace Linguists In The Future?

For those who have spent their career in the language industry – and it’s usually life-long – it can be incredible to think that today, barely […]
2nd October 2018

Do You Consider Cultural Differences In Your Market Research?

Understanding the reaction of your target audience to your product or service is basic, step one stuff for any business.  It’s important to know whether they’ll […]
1st October 2018

Justin Zhang Our Linguist Of The Month For September

For the month of September, our project managers have chosen to celebrate Justin Zhang who has translated over 30,000 words for One Global this month! He […]
25th September 2018

Has Netflix Revolutionized The Subtitling And Voiceover Industry?

Streaming video sites like YouTube and Netflix have been one of the shock successes of the internet age, taking advantage of increases in bandwidth across the […]
20th September 2018

Why You Should Be Localizing Your Market Research!

Market research questionnaires can already be a mine-field, even when they’re composed in a single language: who do you ask?  How should the questions be phrased, […]
11th September 2018

Hyper-localization

English is probably the most widely understood language on Earth; even those who don’t speak it recognise one or two words, and vast numbers know enough […]
6th September 2018

Eva Gonzalez Berruezo Our Linguist Of The Month – August

We are proud to announce that the linguist of the month award for August goes to one of our long-standing linguists, Eva Gonzalez Berruezo who has […]
13th August 2018

Applied etymology: constructed languages

The best part of successful localisation is understanding that what makes for a successful project is not only being accurate, but sounding great while doing it.  […]
9th August 2018

Pidgins and Creoles

We’ve talked in previous posts about the roles which can be played by a lingua franca in trade and politics – mainly in the context of […]
26th July 2018

My Time At One Global As A Language Student

As a translation company, we know that the language industry may not be given as much thought as other industries, and as a result the career […]