Posted by Tomedes on September 14, 2016 – 6:28 am
Filed under Language Translation Advice, Translation Advice
It’s great that your business is using professional translation services to connect with customers and liaise with suppliers around the world, but are you also using localization and, if not, should you be? What is localization? Localization is...
Posted by Tomedes on June 1, 2015 – 5:33 am
Filed under Language, Language Translation Advice, Translation Facts
Whilst English is the world’s most used language, that doesn’t mean that every word in the English tongue has a direct translation of words found in other languages. In fact, there are lots of rich, descriptive words that have no...
Posted by Tomedes on January 6, 2010 – 7:33 am
Filed under Language Translation Advice, Translation Musings
Yet another year has gone by, welcome to 2010 dear reader, my best wishes to you for a happy and prosperous New Year. Overall 2009 was good for the language translation industry as in spite of the recession we managed...
Posted by Tomedes on December 11, 2009 – 1:45 am
Filed under Language Translation Advice, Translation Services
The world has shrunk so much more with the increasing proliferation of the Internet. We are living in fortunate times where information about progress in any part of the world can readily be made available everywhere for the benefit of...
Posted by Tomedes on September 3, 2009 – 1:56 am
Filed under Language Translation Advice
The practice of language translation is becoming increasingly popular as more companies discover the benefits of reaching out to potential customers in their native languages. But many companies find it difficult to locate a language translation service which is most...
Posted by Tomedes on June 18, 2009 – 1:57 am
Filed under Language Translation Advice, Language Translators
Most professional translators at the beginning of their careers take whatever work comes their way. This means a newbie might do a medical translation today and maybe a marketing translation tomorrow and so on. He or she might not be...