Tuesday November 24, 2020

Making sense in translation

Jack Welde’s deep interest in languages, piqued by a youth spent living in numerous different countries, was the spur that led him to set up software translation outfit Smartling

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

1st December, 2019
Jack Welde has always been deeply interested in languages.

Jack Welde spent the first half of his life on a journey that eventually brought his two passions together. He was always a geek and always interested in languages, so it made sense when he started Smartling, a software business that helps companies translate all product and marketing content into multiple languages.

His journey to Smartling founder started with travelling a lot from an early age. Born in the US, he grew up in a...

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