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Gengo is the world's platform for language translation.
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  Robert Laing

Open Data: Speed

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Translating with Gengo is fast, but instead of just telling you how fast, we invite you to take a look at our actual data around translation speed…

  Jay Trinidad

New! Translate from English to Serbian, Slovak and Ukrainian

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In addition to our new Japanese to Thai language pair, we recently released three new pairs to expand our Slavic language family: English to Serbian, English to Slovak and English to Ukrainian

  Robert Laing

Open Data: Capacity

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One thing that our users love about us is that they’re able to order any translation, big or small, at any time of day. We owe this to our diverse and fast-growing translator crowd…

  Charlie Rosas

Faces of Gengo: Mark

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Mark, a Japanese to English translator based in Boston, neither planned nor expected to go into translating. However, after meeting his Japanese wife and living in Japan for two years, he returned to the US to continue his studies in …

  Robert Laing

Open Data: Support

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We’re excited to launch a new page on our website dedicated to our Open Data initiative, where we’re revealing the real numbers behind what makes Gengo work. To start, we’re including data around our support operations…

  Robert Laing

Explore the Business Cultures of the World

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At Gengo, we’re a mix of Silicon Valley, Tokyo, Melbourne and a dozen other places, so getting to know how different cultures do business is particularly interesting to us. After I moved to Japan from the UK seven years ago, …

  Nozomi Umenai

New! Translate from Japanese to Thai

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As Gengo’s new Marketing Manager for Japan, I’m happy to announce that we recently opened up a new language pair, Japanese to Thai, now available through our order form

  Charlie Rosas

Faces of Gengo: Sebaey

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Already an established chemist in his home country of Egypt, our latest Face of Gengo decided to pursue English so that he could publish his research in international scientific journals. Now a married father of one, Sebaey translates part-time in …

  Shawn Smith

Go at Gengo

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At Gengo, the engineering team is constantly working to create a better experience for our customers and translators. One of the ways we’re doing this is by using more of our favorite new technologies such as Go, an open source programming language.

  Tina Koyama

Olé, Olé, Olé! A World Cup Infographic

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As an avid world soccer fan and Gengo’s Art Director, I’m excited to present our very own infographic dedicated to the World Cup: Timeline of Champions: 85 Years of Soccer

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