In 2021 Unbabel sought to establish brand awareness and credibility amongst key audiences of CS/CX leaders, AI enthusiasts and Mainstream Consumers in top verticals. The Ditto team laid out a strategy to establish Unbabel as a brand name in tech and business, and the pioneer of LangOps as a market category. The team's approach included positioning Unbabel as an expert source in topics related to AI, translation, machine learning, digital transformation, globalization, localization, and linguistics. Other verticals included raising awareness about the role of Unbabel in the AI world and promoting its contribution to the academic community and exploring industry challenges and trends regarding the machine translation domain as well as sharing client success cases.
The Ditto team first identified the right opportunities to create Unbabel as an expert across all verticals (ie: customer service, translation, AI, globalization, transformation).
We built strong relationships with the media on behalf of Unbabel's spokespeople and leadership.
The team developed a content strategy to educate media that highlighted Unbabel’s value proposition, market opportunity and pioneering innovation. This was approach was balanced with highlighting the human interest, success studies angle as a results of the research-driven and AI innovation side.
Ditto created and followed an announcement product roadmap in conjunction with timed media moments such as AI and Remote Work and AI and Virtual Reality (2021) to place Unbabel in the mainstream media and bolstered presence with award submissions.
Ditto secured top tier coverage and established Unbabel as a thought leader in the burgeoning AI sector.
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