Sending our Appreciation to all Translators and Linguists

On this #InternationalTranslationDay, we would like to send our appreciation to all the hard-working translators and linguists who are helping people break global borders and communicate with other. But their contribution goes beyond just helping people get content in their own languages. As translators and linguists, they are  spreading love and saving lives. Continue reading

A Big Thank You to Everyone Involved in the Coastal Flag Challenge for Translators without Borders

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Last weekend one of the most important things we discovered is that folks working in the language industry are some of the coolest, smartest, most fun-loving yet hard-working people. They are also extremely generous. After attending the LavaCon and LocWorld31 Conferences, teams and members from various companies all around the world took up the Coastal Flag Challenge to hike along the Howth trail to raise money for Translators without Borders (TWB), a non-profit organisation that works to close critical language gaps that hinder humanitarian efforts worldwide. They support the work of hundreds of organisations in the areas of crisis relief, health and education. Continue reading

LocWorld is coming to town and we are organising a charity coastal hike to remember

Howth_bought.jpegIn the morning of 11 June, 2016, KantanMT and LocWorld will kick-off the Howth Coastal Flag Challenge and Treasure Hunt, to raise money for Translators without Borders. A number of companies including Lionbridge, Vistatec, Matrix and MultiLingual have already signed up to join this charity hike, which promises to be a fun-filled, activity-centric and dynamic event. Continue reading

Save the Date: Flag Challenge Coastal Treasure Hunt, LocWorld Dublin for TWB

IMG_6272LocWorld is coming to Dublin in June and the KantanMT team are once again planning to bring together the toughest and smartest localization professionals, to challenge themselves in a Flag Challenge and Coastal Treasure Hunt hike to raise funds for the well known translation and localization NGO, Translators Without Borders.

For those of you who might remember, when LocWorld came to Dublin in 2014, many companies from the industry braved the (wet and windy) Irish weather to be the first to plant their company flag at the top of Djouce, Wicklow’s highest mountain. The event, Mountain Flag Challenge raised more than €10,000 for Pádraig Schäler.

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