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Contract Translation in London

When doing business, it is important to make sure that whatever you are doing is protected by a solid contract. Lawyers spend hours refining their contract drafting skills so that when they draw up a solid contract for you then it is going to protect you and your business now and in the future. A good contract will cover as many eventualities as possible and make sure that there are features in place to help with whatever situation arises.   Foreign Business   When it comes to doing business internationally then this is where things can become difficult. What if Read the Rest…

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September 16, 2019 | Business Translation, Language Translation, Legal Translation | No Comments »

Spanish Translation for finding, buying and renovating your holiday home

Buying a holiday home in Spain is really exciting time. Not only do you know that you are going to be making an investment into future financially, but you are also investing into your future for your health and well-being too. Why is this? What is so amazing about buying a Spanish holiday home? It is good for your well-being Do you feel that you have spent your entire life rushing around and doing everything for everyone one else? If this is true for you, then if the opportunity comes around to buy a Spanish holiday home, then you are going Read the Rest…

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August 12, 2019 | Language Translation | No Comments »

Expanding your business into Russia?

Translate into Russian and successfully expand your business into this important global economy. Scaling your business to new global markets unlocks a huge potential for growth. But ensuring success in the largest country in the world requires significant preparation. Finding a skilled native Russian translator early on not only helps you get your business ready for expansion but also provides you with expert knowledge of this vast market. The Russian Federation stretches across Eurasia from Eastern Europe to the Pacific coast. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia became the largest country in the world in terms of territory. Read the Rest…

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May 21, 2019 | Business Translation, Language Translation | No Comments »

Confidential Translations and Technology – Part 2

In Part 1 a brief outline was given of professional translation confidentiality. This was the situation that applied in the early days of computing, but the technology issues are outlined in this post. Computing technology of today has evolved. The first part was networking computers in an office on a LAN, which made it faster to move and share documents between computers in an office. However, was this progress for translation confidentiality? If we look at cases of hacking, access to the LAN from a security breach is possible. At this point the hacker can potentially access all the computers Read the Rest…

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April 29, 2019 | Business Translation, Language Translation | No Comments »

Confidential Translations and Technology – Part 1

Confidentiality seems to have become a quick ‘yes’ from your average translation agency in the same way that NDA’s / Confidentiality agreements are also signed without much thought across a range of industries. However, confidentiality can be crucial part of a client’s request, as integral to awarding the assignment to the translation agency as the price and quality of translation. Client confidentiality might be for documents relating to a court case, a famous person, a new invention, a police investigation, or so many other situations where a breach of confidentially could cause harm. It won’t make the agencies Twitter Feed Read the Rest…

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April 26, 2019 | Business Translation, Language Translation | No Comments »

Confidential Translation

What is the difference between a confidential translation and a non-confidential translation? All translations are confidential unless permission has been specifically granted to disclose information about the translation and/or client. The information that can be disclosed is then specific. Unless given specific approval (preferable in writing) the following information should be kept confidential: 1) The source document and the translation. 2) Any reference material 3) The translators involvement with the clients translations. 4) The translators involvements with the translation agency that employs their services. 5) Any details found with the documents. 6) Any details discovered through the translators involvement with Read the Rest…

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June 18, 2018 | Business Translation | No Comments »