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    Benefits of Multilingual Social Media Campaigns

    Multilingual social media - different people on phones In the last decade, social media has boomed with approximately two billion users worldwide. From Facebook to Instagram, the rise in popularity for social media networks has created a high level of competitiveness amongst different brands to become well known in their industries. Nowadays, social media campaigns are an essential component of a business’ marketing strategy. They also provide an important link between a company and their customers. You only have to look at brands such as Cadbury and John Lewis who quickly identify trends and incorporate them into their social media strategy in the hope to get more views...

    Driving Ambition Through Technical Translation Services

    Brochures technical translation At Absolute Translations, we promise to be there when our clients need us. In 2018, our clients in the automotive industry need our support more than ever. Britain makes 1.7 million cars a year, and 80% of them are sold overseas.   Would you buy a new car if you couldn’t understand what was written in the service manual or the sales brochure? Customers across Europe; Asia and Latin America need to be persuaded to part with their money. So, Absolute Translations is happy to offer linguists with a mastery of technical language, skilled in the translation of: CAD drawings...

    The Good Guys

    The Good guys legal translation - wooden gavel As a legal translation and interpreting partner of choice for many years, Absolute Translations has a healthy respect for the professionals who practice and uphold our laws.   The legal profession doesn’t always get the credit it deserves for its positive impact on our economy and society. We see this impact every day, as we regularly manage translation projects covering mergers and acquisitions that safeguard and generate jobs; criminal litigation that helps deliver justice and compensation to victims and sensitive family law cases that can keep parents and children together. Absolute Translations is happy to support this work with experienced...

    The Language of the Deal

    Shaking hands - language of the deal Every day Absolute Translations helps clients embrace new opportunities. They come to us because their success depends on communicating with confidence, making perfect commercial and cultural sense in an unfamiliar language. We give you that confidence whether you’re pursuing a one-off transaction; a long-term partnership or a full-scale operational merger or acquisition.   The planned merger between Sainsbury and Asda highlights the complexity and the impact of high profile business marriages. The £13.3 billion deal between Britain’s second and third largest supermarket chains will impact hugely on the retail sector and the lives of employees. Months of due diligence will...

    Four Reasons To Utilise Translation Services

    Translation services - dictionary When expanding into foreign markets, you want your brand to be successful and trusted by international markets. In order to do this well, you need to communicate effectively with your customers and potential business partners. There are a number of ways in which this can be achieved. Machine translators such as Google Translate are free, online services which provide quick results. However, the copy text is often riddled with grammatical errors. While professional translation services utilise highly trained, often native-speaking linguists to interpret your text. If you’re a business expanding globally, here are some of the benefits a professional translator can...

    Turning Black Into Gold

    Black Friday tag Late November news reports are quick to emphasise the commercial potential of “Black Friday” for British and American retailers. What began as an exclusively American Thanksgiving tradition has now been embraced far more widely. As a translation partner of choice to the retail sector, Absolute Translations keeps a close eye on this annual event. Every high street and shopping mall seems to have anecdotes of customers being trampled underfoot as retailers keep their doors open until midnight. But online shoppers are just as busy.   In recent years we’ve seen the websites of UK retailers such as Argos; Currys; Tesco...