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The Global Podcast
26 minutes | 17 days ago
Episode 11: Born To Be Global
Nataly Kelly believes that digital companies are destined to be global. Beyond her role as VP at Hubspot, Nataly shares with others through her books and writings at Born to be Global, her blog. Take a moment to hear a conversation and see why both Michael and Renato think that Nataly's work is some of the most influential and enjoyable in the localization industry.
22 minutes | a month ago
Episode 9: A Show About Nothing
In this episode, Michael and Renato spend some time talking about the topics that come to mind such as where has blockchain gone and innovation.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 8: The Atlas of Unusual Borders
Listen to the stories about some of the most interesting and unusual places in the world. Zoran Nikolić shares about his book, The Atlas of Unusual Borders, that helps you discover how quirks of geography affect people's daily lives. Beware the borders that define our world are not as clear as we think they are.
24 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 7: The Changing Landscape of Travel
Few Industries have gone through as much change like the travel industry. According to the Mobility Market Outlook on COVID-19, the global revenue for the travel and tourism industry will be an estimated 447.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2020 - a decrease of around 34.7 percent from the previous year. Additionally, this is significantly lower than the original 2020 forecast of around 712 billion dollars. How has this impacted a leading localization team?
36 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 6: What's Conversational Intelligence
With A.I. working to improve many areas of life, is it possible that it can help people have better conversations? We seek to find out if there is a future where we have better conversations. Michael and Renato talk with Vikram Modgil an expert in the field of Artificial Intelligence. You will learn about the three C's and the work that is happening to improve communication.
31 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 5: Learn the Latest on MT
Neural Machine Translation appeals more broadly than any topic in localization. So in this episode, Michael and Renato discuss the topic with Philipp Koehn. Some call Philipp the "Father of Statistical Machine Translation" and he literally wrote the book on Neural Machine Translation. Understand the latest developments and the benefits available now with the nascent technology.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 4: Eric Deluca, Language Mapping
Eric Deluca shares with Michael and Renato how Translators Without Borders works to address the extremely challenging task of correlating language and geography. Listen and learn about this great organization!
27 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 3: Eva Gross, Born To Translate
Eva Gross leads localization at Stripe, Silicon Valley's most valuable startup which is transforming payment infrastructure online. You will hear Eva's approach to leading across the organization and hiring teams. After hearing her story of being a generational linguist you may think she was born for it.
19 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 2: The Real Take on Fake Language
Maybe you are tired of all the other additional languages people generally learn, here is a though learn a fake language. Michael and Renato discuss with K Thor Jensen his article from Geek on 11 Fake Languages that are easy to learn. Perhaps you will be inspired to check one of these out.
27 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 1: Your mom speaks neutral Spanish
Michael and Renato are joined by Lauri Jordana, Seattle-based marketing communications professional who is adept at translating strategy into effective, integrated campaigns (advertising, PR, direct marketing, web, retail and social media). Her passion lies in building on her understanding of consumer insights to best connect with target audiences.
6 minutes | 8 months ago
The Global Podcast
The future is global and global is multilingual. The Global Podcast is a conversation meant to engage and empower those curious about success in foreign markets, global brands, and all factors that have created a language industry worth over $50 billion. People and technology are critical in a future where we really understand each other. Hosts, Renato Beninatto and Michael Stevens, bring their curiosity to conversations with the most interesting people in the world.
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