Founded in 2005, Transn was listed in February 2016 on China’s ‘New Third Board’, an over-the-counter (OTC) market that facilitates fund raising for startups and smaller companies. This market is non-public and has limited liquidity but based on the
On its Chinese website, Transn describes itself as being organized into two primary divisions – Enterprise Language Solutions where they service large corporations and government projects, and Internet of Language, their cloud based service platform, which in its current incarnation is called IOL8.
by Lance Ng on December 12, 2017
Slator Editor. Has been, at various times in his career, writer, translator, educator, banker, financial advisor and entrepreneur.