Unbabel

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Unbabel is accelerating the shift towards a world without language barriers by enabling trustworthy, seamless and scalable translations between companies and their customers. International businesses trust Unbabel’s enterprise platform to open up and grow new markets by harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence and a global community of mobile linguists.
TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQLisboa, PT
Websiteunbabel.com
Employee Ratings2.5

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Employees (est.) (Aug 2020)533(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Unbabel

Vasco Pedro

Vasco Pedro

Co-Founder and CEO
Wolfgang Allisat

Wolfgang Allisat

CRO
Sebastien Prioris

Sebastien Prioris

VP of Product
Ana Becker-Weinberg

Ana Becker-Weinberg

Chief of Staff
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Unbabel Office Locations

Unbabel has offices in Lisboa, New York, Pittsburgh and San Francisco
Lisboa, PT (HQ)
67 R. Visc. de Santarém
New York, US
111 Hudson St
Pittsburgh, US
3710 Forbes Ave 2nd floor
San Francisco, US
2 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco
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Unbabel Financials and Metrics

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Unbabel Operating Metrics

Unbabel's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 150 in Sep, 2019.
Jan, 2018Sep, 2019

Enterprise Customers

150

Monthly Messages Processed

1 m

Translators

55 k100 k
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Unbabel Cybersecurity Score

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79/100

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Unbabel Online and Social Media Presence

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Unbabel News and Updates

Don’t miss Vasco Pedro, Founder and CEO of Unbabel, speaking at next year’s EU-Startups Summit on May 28-29, in Barcelona!

On the 28th-29th of May 2020, we’re hosting the 7th edition of the EU-Startups Summit in Barcelona – will you join us? This 2-day event will give you the chance to meet over 1,500 participants (founders, startup enthusiasts, corporates, angel investors, VCs, and media), learn from 70+ expert speaker…

CORRIGIDO-Startup portuguesa de tradução Unbabel alia inteligência artificial a humana

LISBOA, Jun 22 (Reuters) - Num mundo cada vez mais dependente da tecnologia, algumas tarefas, tipicamente executadas por pessoas, passaram a ser feitas por máquinas, mas para a startup portuguesa de tradução Unbabel a chave do sucesso é aliar as duas inteligências: a artificial e a humana.

Unbabel raises $23M for AI translations backed up by human editors

Artificial intelligence may eventually become the perfect universal translator, but even though machine translation may be lightning fast, it still falls behind the accuracy of human translators. Portuguese startup Unbabel believes its “AI-powered, human-refined” translations combine the best of bot…
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Unbabel Blogs

Suddenly, your whole team is remote. Now what?

As employees are abruptly sent home, a lot of companies are struggling to keep up. We've gathered insights from remote work experts on how to ease the transition. The post Suddenly, your whole team is remote. Now what? appeared first on Unbabel.

The secret life and death of secret languages

Language has always been part of resistance movements. But how can secret languages, like Polari and Cant, survive without being widely spoken? The post The secret life and death of secret languages appeared first on Unbabel.

You might be hiring the wrong people for customer support. Here’s why.

The people you hire for your team need to be ready and fully equipped to tackle the challenges of customer support. But are you hiring the right people? The post You might be hiring the wrong people for customer support. Here’s why. appeared first on Unbabel.

The Unbabel guide for onboarding in a small support team

As a business grows, teams need to grow as well. Having a new hire join a close-knit team poses its particular challenges, so we put together some useful tips for you to keep in mind the next time you welcome a new member to your small support team. The post The Unbabel guide for onboarding in a sma…

Translation brawls: what happens when annotators disagree?

How can we train natural language models to be accurate when human bilinguals can't even agree on what's wrong? Daan van Stigt, Research Scientist at Unbabel, explores how, today on UwU. The post Translation brawls: what happens when annotators disagree? appeared first on Unbabel.

What the font? How typeface can change the meaning of a text

By now, your designer friends are likely to have told you — or better yet, begged you — never to use Comic Sans. But what is it about this and other typefaces that causes such intense reactions on designers and readers alike? The post What the font? How typeface can change the meaning of a text appe…
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Unbabel Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Unbabel founded?

    Unbabel was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Unbabel key executives?

    Unbabel's key executives are Vasco Pedro, Wolfgang Allisat and Sebastien Prioris.

  • How many employees does Unbabel have?

    Unbabel has 533 employees.

  • Who are Unbabel competitors?

    Competitors of Unbabel include Grammarly, Eloquent Labs and Applica.

  • Where is Unbabel headquarters?

    Unbabel headquarters is located at 67 R. Visc. de Santarém, Lisboa.

  • Where are Unbabel offices?

    Unbabel has offices in Lisboa, New York, Pittsburgh and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Unbabel have?

    Unbabel has 4 offices.