Mar 27, 2015
00:30 Pilar introduces the podcast, talking a bit about her own
experience dubbing e-learning and corporate videos. She has a few
tips for you if you're creating products/training to reach your
global employees. (For script visit
www.virtualnotdistant.com/language-localisation) If you're
interested in the world of voiceovers, you should listen to
Episode 16 Mike
Russell and Music Media Creative and if you're interested in
expanding your business globally, listen to
The Bottom Line episode on Global Business.
12.50 David welcomes Pilar into the studio and we go on a short tour, including meeting Adrian, one of the engineers.
15:50 David tells us his story, how and why he set up Golocalise.
23:10 Does a good demo always mean the voiceover talent is good?
26:00 What is localisation and how is it different to translation?
29:50 The different clients and products that Golocalise works with and how their services have developed.
32:35 Corporate learning and localisation. Some tips towards succesful localisation.
41:30 The benefits of bringing the voiceovers into the studio.
43:45 What's next for Golocalise? David shares some of the ways in which he's marketing his business: content marketing and building your marketing funnel.