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GlobaLexicon opens new German office

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London, 7 October 2014 – GlobaLexicon, a leading language and translation service provider, has today announced the opening of their new office in Nuremberg, Germany.

The move to expand their European presence into Germany corresponds to a strong growth in the DACH region where the company has a growing client base.

Daniela Toledo, Managing Director of GlobaLexicon comments: "These are exciting times for our company as we have just celebrated our 10th anniversary as an ISO-certified global language leader. Building on over a decade of success in Europe, we are now opening our 4th global office in Nuremberg to better serve our clients in Germany, Switzerland and Austria before moving on to Asia next year as part of our ongoing expansion drive".

Ms Toledo continues: "We have developed a large portfolio of German clients in major industry sectors including Market Research, Pharmaceutical and Engineering by delivering innovative translation solutions, creating value and working in close partnership with our clients throughout their project lifecycle. This new opening marks another significant milestone in our journey to become our clients’ language service provider of choice both in the UK and overseas."

The company is also extending its offering to include a wider range of industry-specific and technical solutions such as coding and content analysis for the Market Research sector and multilingual typesetting, or engineering, for multimedia and e-learning content.

GlobaLexicon has started the current financial year on a strong note, matching their 2013 turnover in the first six months of 2014, thus projecting a doubling of annual turnover by the end of the financial year.

For further information on the German office, please contact us on below details:

GlobaLexicon Germany

Wiesentalstrasse 32 D-90419 Nürnberg

E: anfrage@globalexicon.com

W: www.globalexicon.com

T: +49 911 89467182

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