Below, we explain what documents require a sworn translation: Any document that must be submitted to an official body will need a sworn translation.
Do you have a podcast, or are you thinking of creating one?
In either case, you will want to reach the highest number of users that you can.
We’re not telling you anything new when we say that the key to your success lies in positioning. In order for this to happen, providing your content as text is a good strategy for improving the podcast’s natural positioning. Apart from the obvious advantage that, as a text, the content will have additional accessibility.
Localisation in translation, or l10n, as it is known in the sector, is the process of translation, adaptation and adjustment of the texts we find in videogames, websites, blogs and many other products.
Each day, a million new users access the Internet for the first time. The multicultural nature of this phenomenon has relieved English of its ‘de facto language’ status on the Internet.
They are all texts that will be in contact with your customer this Christmas, and there’s no better time to boost your sales. If you want to expand into new markets, the first thing you should consider is translation. Your customers taking the initiative when they see an advert or trusting in your product or brand, starts with a well translated text. Read more “What do an instruction manual, the text on packaging and an online ads campaign have in common?”
You’ve got a big project, a text that your blood, sweat and tears have gone into, and which works perfectly for your local audience. You’d go as far as to say it’s been a big hit. But, have you thought about how to prepare this text for translation?
After completing my master’s studies in the Netherlands and Norway in the fields of European Governance and Administration, I worked as a professional translator in the European Parliament in Luxembourg.
Hello, my name is Valentina Sarno and I have been translating (as well as interpreting and teaching languages for many years) since 1990!
My name is Jan Jug and I fell in love with languages really early on in my childhood years. That relentless devotion to linguistics brought me to this day, where I am proficient in several languages including English & Slovak, Slovenian being my mother tongue.