Market globally

know your customers, speak their language

WORDBANK

THE MARKETING LOCALIZATION PEOPLE

Tell us your international ambition, and our team of global experts will tailor a localization solution to exceed it. Be powerfully local and consistently on-brand. Free up time and resources. Effortlessly connect to your customers, wherever they are in the world.

We are the marketing localization people. With a blend of global language services and local digital marketing, not to mention 28+ years of award-winning experience, we’ll connect your words to the right people, in the right language, on the right channels.

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OUR CASE STUDIES

HELPING GLOBAL BRANDS SINCE 1988

LAUREATE

LAUREATE

centralised search engine marketing

THE LEISURE PASS GROUP

THE LEISURE PASS GROUP

centralised seo success

MAZDA

MAZDA

cost savings as high as 37%

FOREVERMARK

FOREVERMARK

entering new markets successfully

PHILIPS

PHILIPS

sense and simplicity

INTO

INTO

50% increase in web traffic

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BY ZOEY COOPER
July 8, 2016

Celebrating International Women’s Day

We came in early to Wordbank today to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD), share stories about the important women in our lives, and make a Wordbank pledge for gender parity. And because so many of us Wordbankers are multicultural, not to mention multilingual,…
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BY ZOEY COOPERLocalization
July 8, 2016

Content Localization: Avoiding Cultural Traps

You’ve no doubt read a lot about words and phrases that make people click, that progress them nicely along the intended customer journey, and that drive positive outcomes. But what’s the best way to do this when you’re marketing internationally? How…
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BY RACHEL BALLTranslation
March 4, 2016

When Bad Grammar Sounds Good

Everyone knows that incorrect grammar can make or break a piece of writing, in fact, it’s one of the fastest routes to sloppy, unprofessional-looking copy. A 2013 study found that 59% of British consumers would be put off using a…
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