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Brexit no greater time to explore new and unchartered territories across the globe
Edinburgh-based translation business, weRtranslations led by management team, Paul P Kenny and Maria Graves, weRtranslations has a worldwide client base.
A start-up in its own right, with a strong multi-national business background in corporate sectors, weRtranslations offers a range of linguistics services to help businesses expand to international markets, export and trade.
Offering translation services, weRtranslations works across over 100 global languages, including European, Asian and Latin American languages, to deliver documents that appear to be originally authored in another language, with the result that the reader of the translated document will perceive it as being in its original language. Comprehension is an important element of communication, therefore weRtranslations only works with human translators to ensure that this aspect of the messaging is taken into account.
Maria Graves, Manging Director of weRtranslations said, “At weRtranslations, we work closely with the translator’s community to make sure we know our linguist’s strengths and can support our clients in providing a translated document that truly reflects their intended message in someone else’s language.”
Within their network of linguists, specialising in different fields, every translator is subject to a strict selection process. weRtranslations also offers professional proofreading and editing services to further support businesses in accomplishing their expansion goals.
weRtranslations is dedicated to helping organisations as they operate on the international platform, whether start up size or a long and well-established business. Many clients operate in the import/export market, where clean and clear communication is essential.
Placing themselves firmly in international business sector, weRtranslations has one eye on the future and is closely following the Brexit process.
Paul P Kenny, Director of Sales of weRtranslations said, “Brexit is inching ever closer yet great uncertainty still remains. There’s been no greater time to explore new and unchartered territories across the globe, whether in South America, China, India or Russia, this is the time to start forging new relationships. Similarly, it’s crucial that companies protect and nurture long-standing relationships within EU borders to ensure that business won’t be lost as a result of the UK’s impending exit from the European Union. Simply put, there has never been a better time to talk with international business connections in their own language.”
Whatever your translation requirements are, you can confidently approach the weRtranslations team - “they will not let you down”. Contact weRtranslations here