You Can Now Mend In Spanish!


Over the past few months, we’ve really been thinking about that “everyone” part of our mission. How can we mend more hearts? How can we make Mend more accessible to our global community?

From day one, we’ve been a global company, available in almost every single country. We’ve known from the very beginning that heartbreak is universal, regardless of where you live, what language you speak or what you look like.

We also know that with Menders in over 195 countries, a lot of Menders are mending in their second (or third, or fourth…) language – English. So over the past few months we’ve been quietly working on launching Mend in another language. This has been one of our most rewarding projects to date and the day has come where we can finally share that you can now Mend in Spanish!

With 400 million native speakers, Spanish tops English and ranks as the second most spoken language in the world behind Chinese. But launching in Spanish wasn’t just about the number of broken hearts we could support. Our team is 50% Latinx, making the expansion into Spanish a very personal one too.

Pues, vamos. Corazones enteros para todos!

Un abrazo,

Kat Torres
Head of Content

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