The Translation People. Business Scotland 23rd and 24th June 2009. Steve Wilde, Managing Director David Nichols, Director Sam Bennett, Glasgow Manager Gilles Comnène, Sales Manager.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
23rd and 24th June 2009
Steve Wilde, Managing Director
David Nichols, Director
Sam Bennett, Glasgow Manager
Gilles Comnène, Sales Manager
A Language Service Provider trusted by an international client base, served by a global network of translators
A high-profile industry player with strong educational links and training support
The Translation People act as the bridge between your message and your target readers using the appropriate translation style, terminology and local language conventions for your chosen language.
If it’s website translation you need (or localisation as it’s known in the industry), The Translation People can handle static HTML sites, dynamic database-driven facilities or state-of-the-art presentations with animation and sound to adapt your text and graphics to suit local cultural conventions, standards and practices.
& Court interpreting
The Translation People interpreting services are flexible to your specific needs.
As well as interpreters, we can provide interpreting equipment for events such as booths, headphones and microphones as well as a technician to be present throughout the event.
Whatever the format of your original material, The Translation People production specialists adapt
your existing artwork so that your foreign language
versions look as impressive as the original.
We work in an extensive range of software on both PC
and Mac in European, Middle Eastern, South Asian and
Far Eastern alphabets and scripts.
Whether you require personnel to work on-site or have a documentation project to be managed from one of our offices across the UK, The Translation Peoplehave the expertise and resources to produce high quality technical documentation and illustrations for a wide variety of sectors, including Automotive, Aerospace, Oil & Gas
and Rolling Stock.
Passionate, Experienced, Dedicated
The Translation People Account Managers are the kind of people who keep calm in a crisis and who focus on the job in hand.
Some are experienced translators themselves and all, without exception, have the love of language that is prerequisite for the job.What sets us apart?
It’s not just our Account Managers who are the crème de la crème!
Our global database of mother tongue translators and worldwide strategic partners, in addition to our in-house German to English resource, all have industry recognised professional qualifications.
As a company, The Translation People follow a rigorous initial assessment and continual monitoring process.
Latest translation memory tools & DTP packages for Mac and PC platforms
Membership of industry leader SDL’s LSP (Language Service Provider) Partner Programme allows The Translation People access to cutting-edge technology.
In fact, a great many of our clients are more than happy to recommend us to colleagues and associates!
Our clients range from SMEs to international blue chip companies, many working in highly technical subject areas, and The Translation People create a bespoke solution for each one.The Translation PeopleClient Base
Oil & Gas
It doesn’t rain cats and dogs everywhere!
In France “il pleut des cordes” – literally, it rains ropes,
whereas in Germany “es gießt
in Strömen” – it rains streams.
The Norwegian language has two official forms which are both written and spoken by the country’s
5 million inhabitants.
It is estimated that close to 85% of the population use Bokmål (literally “book language”), which is closely related to Danish, whereas today only a minority
use Nynorsk (“new Norwegian”).
According to the Census of India 2001, there are over 151 languages spoken throughout the country.
The official language of the Republic of India is Hindi.
Chinese is the most commonly spoken language in the world with approximately one fifth of the world’s population speaking some form of Chinese as their native language.
Mandarin alone is thought to be spoken by 915 million people and has more native speakers than any other language in the world.