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Corporate Culture and Inclusion

I run one of the world's largest language service provider companies. Fifteen years ago, I made the decision to completely change the DNA of my company to embrace automation and artificial intelligence. Here's what I've learned about adopting AI into your company.

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Women in the Localization Industry

Thoughts on the language industry, its future, and the working environment it offers for women.

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Claudia Mirza of Akorbi: Why We Need More Women Founders & Here Is What We Are Doing To Make That Happen

  1. Create financial independence

  2. Support unlimited growth opportunities

  3. Influence society by creating jobs

  4. Establish a strong feeling of social responsibility

  5. Empower future generations by creating an example for others to follow

  6. Become a catalyst of change for your community


Why Immigrant Women Make Great Entrepreneurs

While each immigrant's story is unique, they all have one thing in common: Immense gratitude for the opportunities America provides for women.

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Going Global with Claudia Mirza, CEO of Akorbi

Several years ago, I decided that if I was going to increase the global presence of our company, I had to pack my bags and hit the road. Staying in the comfort of my zip code while dealing with this aggressive global competition was not going to take us to the next level.

The Last Word: Akorbi’s Claudia Mirza on the Impact of AI on Artistic Expression

“Imagine strolling through an art gallery and being surrounded by artworks devoid of anger, sadness, or any intense emotions.”

CEO of $40 Million Company Says Keeping Undocumented Immigrants in the Shadows Wastes Talent and Stalls Business Growth

“I have never stopped working hard a day in my life to achieve my goals,” says Mirza, who has been repeatedly recognized by local organizations and publications for her contributions to the community. “I want to move this economy forward. Eleven million people! They are qualified. They can become active and productive members of society. That’s my struggle. The negligence.”

In Her Own Words: Akorbi’s Claudia Mirza finds her voice

Redefine the notion of success and discover why hard work alone is not adequate. Explore the multifaceted elements that contribute to achieving sustainable personal and professional success.

In Her Own Words: Akorbi’s Claudia Mirza finds her voice

As co-founder and CEO of the Akorbi Group of Companies, based in Plano, Texas, Claudia Mirza led the company’s rapid evolution, from a small Spanish language translation company launched in 2003 to one of the world’s largest, woman-owned, and U.S.-based language service providers, helping clients overcome language and cultural barriers to succeed in the global business marketplace.  

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