Multilingual Connections Celebrates Rebrand and Supports No Kid Hungry

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Chicago-area translation agency invites the public to visit the new site and, at the same time, support a cause the team is passionate about: connecting children from all backgrounds to healthy meals during this difficult time.

We cherish diverse and inclusive perspectives and build on our team’s passions and expertise to inspire long-term growth and development.

Multilingual Connections, a leading global language solutions company in the Chicago area that provides professional translation, transcription, and multimedia localization services, launched a new website as part of a major rebrand happening this year.

The company invites the public to visit the new site and, at the same time, support a cause the team is passionate about: connecting children from all backgrounds to healthy meals during this difficult time.

The week of Dec. 14th (12/14 – 12/20), for every user who visits the website, the company will donate $1 to No Kid Hungry, a nonprofit organization aiming to end childhood hunger during the pandemic and beyond. Multilingual Connections employees voted for the cause the effort would support.

Earlier this year Multilingual Connections celebrated its 15th anniversary.

“We strive to grow thoughtfully and give back to our community along the way,” said Jill Kushner Bishop, Founder & CEO of Multilingual Connections. “We cherish diverse and inclusive perspectives and build on our team’s passions and expertise to inspire long-term growth and development. That’s why it seemed very natural to support a cause that our team cares about, especially amidst the global pandemic,” said Bishop.

The new Multilingual Connections branding is dynamic and approachable and it reflects the company's commitment to helping clients create global connections through its services. Anyone looking to understand, engage, and grow their multilingual audiences can visit the new website to explore Multilingual Connections' language services and request a free quote. The site is developed and supported by Glantz Design, an Evanston strategic design studio.

The new website features the services that the company offers, including transcreation, or creative adaptation of content for marketing materials, a service that has been significantly growing over the past few years but was not included in the past versions of the company website. Multilingual Connections also added a new section that includes the industry sectors that the company supports to help clients browse services based on their potential needs.

“Multilingual Connections’ website is our place for sharing expertise and guiding potential clients to the best service offering for their needs. The new design has made it easier for users to find expert information and connect with us in a way that makes sense for them,” said Bishop.

Anyone interested in a free consultation or a quote can email contact@mlconnections.com, call 1.773.292.5500 or get in touch using the contact form provided on the site.

About Multilingual Connections
Multilingual Connections is a Chicago-area global language solutions company that helps clients understand, engage and grow their multilingual audiences – local, national, or global – in over 75 languages. Since 2005, Multilingual Connections has provided linguistically and culturally nuanced translations of documents, websites and apps, transcreation of marketing content, transcription of interviews and focus groups, and voice over and subtitling for video and eLearning. In 2019 the company was named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies by Inc. Magazine. Clients include Yale University, Duolingo, Radio Flyer, MLBPA, Girl Scouts of the USA, Chicago Cubs, Democracy Now, Pew Research, Field Museum, and the State of Illinois. Proudly certified woman-owned business (WBENC, WOSB). Additional information about Multilingual Connections can be found at https://multilingualconnections.com.

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