THERE IS MORE TO A TRANSLATION THAN MEETS THE EYE
Specialised and official translations.
Turning words into business opportunities.
Our Translation and Interpreting Services
Sectors in which we assist our clients
Amusement Parks and Theme Parks
Be in the loop and don’t miss any opportunities in the theme park industry. Emotions, adrenaline and friends. Enjoy!
Marketing and Advertising
To achieve the greatest results in marketing, you must be equipped with the right tools. With our copywriting and copyediting experts, your slogans and brochures are sure to be a success.
Legal & Financial
Experienced legal translators are available for official translations such as legal claims, contracts and annual accounts.
We offer our corporate and private clients translations covering all real estate assets (rural, residential, retail, logistics, offices…).
Sail on calm waters and ensure high-end translations and satisfied customers with our translators that are experienced in maritime law and the nautical sector.
We work alongside engineers with a thorough understanding of the sector to produce high-quality translations with the appropriate terminology.
We help travel agencies, tour operators and hotels with persuasive translations to impress customers from the very beginning.
The growing smartphone and tablet app sector requires exact translations to reach target markets. End-user experience, of which language is a vital part, can be the difference between an app’s success and failure.
Health communication research and guidelines require appropriate medical terminology within each medical specialty; but e‐patients prefer low health literacy. Let us take care of both!
We helped them succeed
As a translation agency, we mainly work online and, physically, just when we deliver interpreting services. Last year, Ovo Energy claimed that if every British person sent one fewer thank you email a day, it would save 16,433 tonnes of carbon a year, equivalent to tens of thousands of flights to Europe. Sending fewer emailsSeptember 17, 2021
by Ian Smith In the mindful drinking community, there are some terms thrown around regularly. Perhaps two of the most common of these terms are “alcohol-free” (AF) and “non-alcoholic” (NA). It is also not uncommon to see the whole sector of the drinks industry referred to as the “Low/No” sector. This implies a lowSeptember 15, 2021
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