Cover of Newsweek Features Venture Client Voyce as “Business That Stood Out During Pandemic”
Language translator company Voyce was featured on the cover of Newsweek as a business that stepped up to help during the pandemic by making a noteworthy contribution to hospitals and health care providers. Newsweek staff chose 50 companies that are making noteworthy contributions across different industries and categories of giving and featured those companies that stood out for the size, scope or uniqueness of their efforts in the article “In Good Company: 50 U.S. Businesses That Stood Out During the Pandemic.”
Voyce provides specialized Video Remote Interpretation to connect the legal, health care and business communities with professional interpreters. The company’s contribution as recognized in the July 2020 issue of Newsweek was a donation waiving up to 100,000 minutes of its translation services to hospitals and health care providers working to treat non–English speaking patients.
Assisting with Voyce’s venture capital financings, Smith Anderson venture attorney and Start-Ups team leader, Merrill Mason, has also advised the company on general corporate matters. Smith Anderson has a long track record of venture capital transactions and has a sophisticated understanding of both sides of the venture capital aisle, representing investors and companies alike in a wide range of financing transactions.
For more information about Voyce, please visit: https://voyceglobal.com/.