Global Entrepreneurship: Navigating the Language Marketplace

Salvador Ordorica (CEO and Founder) of The Spanish Group is an Inc. 5000 business that delivers translation expertise in over 90 languages around the world. He joins Enterprise Radio.

Hear to host Eric Dye & guest Salvador Ordorica discuss the following:

  1. There are many free translation platforms online, so why should a person or company pay for translations?
  2. US Committee on Economic Development estimated that US businesses are losing over $2B a year due to cultural misunderstandings.  Could you explain how language misunderstandings might play an important role?
  3. Your company’s rapid growth has been recognized by both regional and national Inc 5000 lists.  Could you please tell us how and why your company has experienced such rapid growth in an area that appears to be saturated with competitors.
  4. Are there any changes in what are the top three languages that people use to translate?  Is there a reason it changed?
  5. It’s often said that English is “the language of business.”  Can you tell us why it would be important to have translations provided in other languages – and why simply defaulting to English isn’t sufficient?

Salvador OrdoricaThe Spanish Group LLC is founded by Salvador, who also serves as the CEO. This premier, certified translation agency, located in Irvine, California, was established by Salvador. Salvador, who has lived and worked in several countries, speaks three languages fluently and adds tremendous value through his extensive knowledge about cultures, markets, technology, global issues, and market trends.

Salvador has been a savvy leader and perseverant person, and The Spanish Group has quickly grown from a single proprietorship to an international company that employs hundreds. It is trusted by Fortune 500 corporations as well individuals and their families across the world.

Salvador is also an active member of Forbes Business and Young Entrepreneur Councils. He graduated from the University of California Irvine cum laude with dual bachelor’s degrees in both Political Science and International Affair Salvador attended the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain, and later the renowned Institut d’ études politiques de Paris and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.


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