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
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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