Process makes perfect: how to deliver quality translations for your clients

Life in an agency is fast paced. Whether it’s the creative, elearning or even the translation industry, we share the same goal – delivering high-quality work for our clients.

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How to get the best from your L&D translation partner

With your new translation partner now on board, here comes the fun part, translating your L&D content so it works for your global audience.

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Pros and cons of using one corporate language for employee engagement

“We know that having a good company culture with engaged employees leads to happier employees, but employee engagement doesn’t happen automatically. We work for it.”

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Six ways to build trusted relationships with global suppliers

Watch any rom-com and you’ll hear that trust is the number one foundation in a relationship. But, we’re in the business of translations, not romance.

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What ISO 17100 means for you and your translations

If you’ve looked around our website, you’ll have seen us talking about quality a lot. We are fanatical about it.

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How to take a food brand global: an interview with Zeynep Turudi

Zeynep Turudi is an exporting superstar. 17 years ago she had the idea to bring authentic vegetarian Turkish Delight to England and so she created the confectionary brand Truede.

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6 steps for marketing translations that drive brand engagement

When HSBC launched the campaign ‘Assume Nothing’ into new markets, they made a huge oversight. Their tagline, which they had been using for over 5 years, mistranslated to ‘Do Nothing’ in many territories.

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How to improve global internal communications in 5 steps

Internal communications are about more than sharing financial reports and staff birthdays. The McKinsey Global Institute highlights that productivity can increase by 20 to 25% in companies where employees are connected.

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3 tips for more effective L&D translations

The world has transformed in a matter of months. In response to Covid-19, we’ve all had to change the way we live, socialise and work. L&D teams are under pressure to not only develop and update learning and training content, but translate it for international teams. It’s more important than ever to communicate with our

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