Akorbi is proud to be a women-led and woman-owned business. Claudia Mirza, our founder and owner, started Akorbi in 2002 when she recognized the need
Akorbi is an inspiring success story. Our founder, Claudia Mirza, rose from extreme poverty in her native Colombia to become the owner of one of
The Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the top cities in the United States for women-led businesses. That’s according to a 2019 article in Inc.
Since 1994, the United States court system has utilized over-the-phone interpretation services for witnesses, defendants and plaintiffs across the country. This made it possible to
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Emergency Preparedness Practices: Is the Deaf Community Prepared? A disaster can strike at a moment’s notice. In dire situations, communicating with deaf, hard of hearing,
Contact Centers: The Real Impact Multilingual Support Has on Customers Imagine that your internet stops working, and to solve the issue you must seek help
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