lingoking celebrates its 4th company anniversary | Company
Munich, 12 August 2014 – On 12 August 2010, Nils Mahler, Timo Müller, Uno Jüngling-Colic and Christian Koch founded lingoking Ltd. Four years later, this creation from Munich has become a successful company that continues to grow and gain more and more satisfied
“lingoking has evolved into a Swiss army knife for language services. We started as an online marketplace with the innovative service of telephone interpreting for which we obtained numerous prizes and plenty of attention. In the last few years, we gradually expanded our range of services in order to satisfy the demands of our customers as well as interpreters and translators.”, and adds that “We are proud that this year we will be paying out a seven-figure sum to our interpreter and translator crew alone. lingoking has proved a success among customers as well as interpreters and translators. Inquiries alone have increased more than a hundredfold in comparison to our first year of operation. It is amazing to see that, everyday, we can help companies and individuals to overcome their language barriers with the help of lingoking. ”
However, we do not want to rest on our success. On the contrary, as Timo Müller reports, "We are in a constant learning process and optimize on a daily basis, testing and analysing in detail the best way for a customer to find us. The clearest measure for this is the growth of new customer and enquiry numbers. This phenomenal growth would not have been possible without our employees." Jüngling-Colic, CCO at lingoking, also highlights the unique sense of togetherness in the lingoking team which has certainly contributed to the success of the young company. As he says, "Our employees, our lingokings and lingoqueens, cherish and care for our unique company culture, something which we are very proud of." customers as well as recognition. A universal online marketplace for language services with over 20 employees arose from four creative minds. The four founders draw the balance. Mahler explains that:
In the coming years, we must continue to be just as committed as we were in 2010 when the company was founded. Müller adds that, "in the coming years, lingoking will develop strongly, both technologically and strategically, and work for a pioneering role in the European language services market." Mahler adds additional goals: "We wish to convince even more customers and translators, including internationally, of the benefits from a collaboration with lingoking. We will achieve this by making it even easier for all parties to use lingoking."
lingoking is the universal online market place for language services and connects people with a professional interpreter or translator within minutes. Every year, lingoking translates over 9 million words, interprets over 6,000 hours on location and more than 9,500 minutes over the telephone, for more than 4,400 customers from all over the world. More than 5,100 registered interpreters and translators in over 840 cities are employed by lingoking. lingoking has its headquarters in Munich and a subsidiary company in the Czech Republic.