Following 3 years of successful business in Romania, a country with one of Europe’s highest rates of economic growth, UK-based translation company Lingo24 launches its second office in the city of Timisoara this month.
The opening of Lingo24’s new location is the result of the rapid yet consistent expansion of the local team since operations began in Romania, employee numbers having increased tenfold since 2005. “Casa Nova” – as the new office is known to the company’s multilingual staff, who are located in ten countries around the globe – will house Lingo24’s Sales and Client Liaison teams, as well as members of the management.
Marking its sustained growth, the new office represents another step in the global development of Lingo24 Translation Services and consolidates its position as a provider of quality translations with unbeatable turnarounds. As two of its key departments will be working together more closely, the company’s international clients will benefit from even more prompt, professional and high quality customer services. The agency’s proven methods in managing translation processes will meet and beat even higher expectations, whether in the fields of financial, legal, or technical translation, or in any of the additional language services available on the company's website.
Lingo24 (lingo24.com) is one of the fastest-growing translation companies in the world, with operations in the UK and seven other countries worldwide. Founded in 2001, the company is a great case study for: e-business (90% of its customers find it through the Internet), globalisation (its business is a barometer of globalisation for British business, and the company itself has 'internationalised' in a short space of time), EU expansion (the company has its largest operation in Timisoara, Romania), green business (the company has a strict environmental policy and limited office use to minimise unnecessary travel), home-working (Lingo24 employees work from home more than 95% of the time), youthful entrepreneurialism (the company was established by a 22-year-old graduate of Oxford University).