Keep up to date with the most recent news relating to One Global. We also take a look at the latest developments in everything related to translation, localization, transcreation and interpreting, sharing our own perspective on developments.
Our December Linguist of the Month goes to Laure who has recently restarted our collaboration
Our November Linguist of the Month goes to Jan who has been working with One Global since 2013
Our October Linguist of the Month goes to Sara who has been working with One Global since 2018
Our September Linguist of the Month goes to Mariëlle who has been working with One Global since 2015
Our August Linguist of the Month goes to Hélène who has been working with One Global since 2013
Our July Linguist of the Month goes to Florence who has been working with One Global since 2017
One Global team
The festival usually occurs between October and November, with the date changing each year
On a trip to France years ago, my aunt was treated by her hosts to a hearty meal, at the end of which, feeling happily stuffed, she smiled, patted her stomach, and announced, ‘Je suis plein!’
It’s fairly common for businesses to expect there to be some differences in foreign markets: a different language is just the tip of the iceberg. There are different brands, celebrities, laws, memes, and different etiquette.
We have just passed the anniversary of the UK declaring its first ‘lockdown’ – scheduled to last a few weeks, but unbeknownst to us, destined to last for months.
We’ve all come across a cheesy corporate video that makes us cringe to the core!
We are delighted to have named Children’s Heart Surgery Fund (CHSF) as our charity partner of the year for 2021 – 2022.
Who can forget the nervous tension of sending a Valentine’s card to a childhood crush?
Most people have heard that Christmas is literally the “Christ Mass” of the Christian church, and that Santa Claus takes his name from a corruption of “Saint Nicholas,”