London-based market research and healthcare translation specialist GlobaLexicon has hired fifteen new team members in the first half of the year, and announced 20% growth in revenue.
Founded by former Research International exec Daniela Toledo in 2004, GlobaLexicon's team includes project managers and trained linguists who conduct qual and quant research translation, and solutions for coding and content analysis. The company has now increased global staff numbers to 90; moved into larger premises in Chicago; opened a new office in Timiʂoara, Romania; and is preparing a move into a larger office for its European Operations Centre in Seville, Spain.
The firm says growth follows continued extensions of several global client relationships, but also many new local client wins across the market research, healthcare and pharma, and consumer and retail sectors. The company has also further broadened and strengthened its service offering in areas such as subtitling, voice-over, and in-language coding, and through the further use of machine learning technologies alongside its integrated translation management system.
Toledo comments: 'Our team's focus on high quality and consultative service, paired with our specialist sector knowledge, continues to set us apart and I would like to thank both our team and our clients for a strong six months. In addition, the continued focus on our in-house linguistic and specialist teams, along with technology, is also paying off'.
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