Ready to Go Global? Our CEO Ryan Frankel Sits Down with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox

Our CEO Ryan Frankel sits down with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox to talk about how companies of all sizes are going global and seeing returns from embracing new markets in new languages.

Verbalizeit Translation Services

The two discuss how VerbalizeIt’s translation platform is allowing companies of all sizes to engage China, Brazil and other emerging markets by offering translation services in 140 languages with 18,000 professional translators worldwide. You can catch Ryan’s latest Forbes article, How To Reach The Six Billion Customers You’re Missing and find out more about how companies like Livestream and Spreadshirt are going global.

Are you ready to go global?

Start translating with VerbalizeIt today.


Global Customer Engagement Tips

Below is the VerbalizeIt February newsletter. You can subscribe to our updates and insights by signing up for our newsletter at the bottom of this webpage.

“It’s hard to believe that a year ago we were on the streets of New York City encouraging New Yorkers to say “I love you” in a new language. Today we’re running a full-service translation platform which allows you to upload any file, from anywhere, and get a quote for free. You’ll see from the newsletter below that we rooted our platform in quality and performance to help you engage with a global customer base. Thank you for being here at the start!”

-Ryan Frankel, co-founder and CEO

Quality And Trusted Translations

3 Tips for Choosing a Crowdsourcing Platform You Can Trust

American Express: Before you farm out any key business tasks, get the answers to these 3 questions to help you confidently hire freelancers who can get the job done…

Webinar: How VerbalizeIt Prepared for 700% Increase in Website Visitors

SOASTA Webinar 2.19: We’re teaming up with SOASTA to show you what it takes to prepare a website for a 700% spike in traffic. Tune in…

Driving Customer Loyalty In A Commoditized Industry

Forbes: Customer loyalty in the travel industry is not what it used to be. With increased transparency on prices and easier access to booking tools, travelers are increasingly loyal to those that provide the best prices and experiences. Here’s how to buck the trend…
Driving Customer Loyalty

Translation API: TripCase,, MenuBolt

We’re integrating our API into new companies all the time. If you need content translated, localized, or interpreted, check out our dynamic API
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In Case You Missed It…

Travel Age West: We’re honored to be one of the “Seven Travel Tech Companies to Watch in 2014” check out the full list

Washington Post: “Confronting problems abroad? It helps if you parla italiano or another language” catch our mention here

Forbes: Feel free to catch our full article, “Five travel trends we’re betting on in 2014” here

Heads up…

We’re speaking at several events in the New York City in the next few weeks, click on any one of them below to come join us!

2.25: Travel 2.0 

2.26: New York Entrepreneurs Business Network

2.27: Travel Massive!

3.4:  New York Tech Meetup

Twelve Months Later, We’re Still Saying, “I Love You”

The process of growing up can be painful for anyone and small business are no different. “A year ago today we were scrambling to respond to customer requests to learn how to say, “I love you” in another language.” We banned together, contacted some of our best translators, and here’s what we came up with (no we didn’t have a videographer on staff at the time :-):

It’s remarkable to think about how much we’ve grown in the past twelve months and how many more customers we’re serving. Today we’re focused on helping businesses and business travelers break through language barriers via live-interpretation, text translation, audio and video translation, and website and mobile localization. Here’s a clip we use to describe VerbalizeIt today:



Thanks for all of your support along the way and remember to tell someone you love them today, in any language 🙂

-Ryan Frankel


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