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Retail Translation Services

Currently the largest private sector employer in the UK, the retail sector is becoming increasingly globalised day by day, lengthening supply chains and investing in emerging markets. Absolute Translations provides a service across all business types in this industry, from small start-ups to listed companies, helping deal with the many challenges in the new markets. Working with a plethora of prestigious fashion, food, marketing, electronics and branding companies, we have the experience required to understand consumer attitudes and the nuances used in the retail world. This is why we are considered a valuable ally by numerous leading retail companies, having translated for Hasbro, QVC, Johnson & Johnson, Crabtree & Evelyn, Chanel, La Perla, Liberty London, United Colors of Benetton, Timberland, Kurt Geiger, AllSaints, Fat Face, Net-A-Porter, Hunter Boots, Cath Kidston, New Look and many more. Our expert retail translators shape your brand’s profile abroad by localising your campaigns and products in a way that is attractive to the target audience.

ISO

An internationally recognised standard, with certification ensuring organisations meet a high level of quality

ISO 9001 : 2000

ISO

A specialist accreditation specific to translation companies. Something Absolute Translations is proud to have pioneered in the UK

ISO 17100 : 2015**(Specialist translation accreditation)

10KSB

Selected by Goldman Sachs to be an exclusive member of its £500 million productivity & growth investment programme

Goldman Sachs 10KSB Member

ATC

There to re-enforce our commitment to the highest standards of business ethics and translation quality

Association of Translation Companies & EUATC Member

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Celebrating 15+ years; Absolute Translations has become synonymous with providing quality translations at transparent low prices

15 Years' Expertise

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Transcreation of retail campaigns

Within this competitive sector, retail companies are concerned to reach the end-user and develop a strong presence of their brand in the markets. Our qualified team with expertise in the retail sector will ensure the successful launch of your products and campaigns. We do not stick to a word for word translation of your campaigns, but we transcreate your content instead. Taglines, slogans and marketing material sometimes need to be completely rewritten in order to make sense and also have an impact in foreign markets.

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Eliminating business risk

Expanding business activity nationally or abroad involves a certain level of risk; there are many barriers to overcome as you try to gain an edge over your competition. Apart from any regulatory restrictions that you may surmount by having contracts and legal agreements translated, you may also need support in a wide range of activities, from packaging and labels, designing catalogues, product distribution and market research, to providing an efficient customer service.

What is your Unique Selling Point?

In today’s competitive market, consumers are buying goods and services across borders for reasons of price, quality and unique product selection. This trend has also favoured the localisation of websites, as customers are progressively purchasing goods and services outside the confines of a retail facility, through all forms of electronic commerce. We, at Absolute Translations, have the expertise to provide you with the translation of any retail document to help you communicate your point of difference from your competitors. Whatever the subject matter – store displays, product packaging, labelling, ingredients, brochures, catalogues or e-mail campaigns, we’ve got you covered.

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