COVID-19 Translated Facts Helps Those Who Do Not Understand English 

COVID-19 Translated Facts Helps Those Who Do Not Understand English
11th June 2020

Many countries have translators available to help those who aren’t sufficiently fluent in the language of the country they live in to understand all they need to know about living in the country. Translators and interpreters provide translations in relation to the key aspects of living satisfactorily in the country. These may include:

  • Health information regarding vaccinations, doctors’ visits, dental treatment and today COVID-19
  • Laws for ... View More

Translation and Localization Events and Conferences Throughout the World in 2019

onMarch 12, 2019

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Translation and Localization Events
12th March 2019

Every year throughout the world the translation industry, like other industries, holds a variety of different conferences with different themes which take place in key cities. This year there still several events to consider after earlier events that took place in January and February. Many of these conferences main interest area focuses on localization as this is one of the keys to the growth of the industry. The other area of interest is the development ... View More

Facts About International Translation Day

onSeptember 30, 2017

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International Translation Day
30th September 2017

It’s international translation day on 30th September every year. Its first year was in 1953. It was established by a federation called the International Federation of Translators. It gives a chance to celebrate the achievements of translators’ work around the world making it appear small by breaking down language barriers and allowing literature in any language to be shared amongst everyone. It shares the same day as the feast of St. Jerome as ... View More

Translation Costs rise at MidCentral District Health Board in New Zealand

onFebruary 10, 2016

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Rise in Translation Costs
It is interesting to note that while some professional translation services are worrying themselves over the volume of work they may see in the future with the rise in machine translations the demand for translation services in New Zealand in some places has risen threefold and is costing institutions like the ... View More

Bad Translation can be Bad for Business

Bad Translation can be Bad for Business
2nd March 2015

Bad Translation can be Bad for BusinessFew businesses can afford to be slack about their business strategy and often there is a weak link in the chain. For any business that markets its products away from the home language environment should not take translation lightly. One could rephrase the title of this blog “no translation is very bad for business.” The fact is that the ... View More

Why Translation is Important to Africa

legal translationsBetter access to effective document translation or legal translations across Africa could save lives and improve the welfare and well-being of millions of people in that continent according to a new study that has been done by Common Sense Advisory who has completed the study for an organization called Translators without Borders.

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