MESA Europe Introduces Newest Member Titles-On (MESA Europe & Titles On)

Published March 24, 2020

MESA Europe, is delighted to welcome Titles-On as its newest member.

Titles-On entered the localization and accessibility market in 2018, encouraged by industry mentors such as Wayne Garb at Ooona and Tony Rizkallah at Bitmax.

As the global OTT market continues to grow, Titles-On is tapping into the media localization market, bringing a strong workforce and new talent to the table, and thereby contributing in overcoming the shortage of talent needed to keep up with demand in the localization industry.

Bente Ottersen, who has decades of experience in the media localization industry is the driving force behind Titles-On. She is a Norwegian native now living in Windsor, a short drive from London.

Titles-On’s management team consists of seasoned industry professionals each handpicked to complement and reinforce their business and services.

Titles-On recognises that the future of work is remote and that’s why they match qualified talent with the best remote opportunities there is. All their freelance translators as well as their administrative team, work from remote workstations stitched together by cloud technologies, connectivity, and industry software.

With a remote set-up already in place, Titles-On is better able than many to weather sinister conditions such as the Covid-19 threat, with no disruption to the services they provide. The business model enables them to manage projects seamlessly and safeguard business continuity while at the same time ensuring the health, well-being, and safety of their team.

The team at Titles-On is passionate about the quality of the assets it puts out, and as the industry works towards global standards for subtitling and captioning, they do not forget their raison d’être; which is making movies and TV programs enjoyable to audiences across borders.

As a small business they work closely with their clients, making sure they get exactly what they need in the most time- and cost-efficient way, and even though they are set up to scale fast, they endeavor to maintain a Boutique-style service model.

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