Category:Translation industry issues

Making the most of Machine Translation

By Raisa McNab, Learning and Development Manager at STP It’s pretty much twenty years I’ve been in this industry, from when I first started a degree in translation, naively thinking I

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5 ways to GDPR it, STP style

By Raisa McNab, Learning and Development Manager The General Data Protection Regulation – can’t live with it, can’t live without it – especially if you work for 420 language service providers (LSPs)

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A Day in the Life of a Translator

Working from home as a translator comes with a few risks: it’s easy to stay glued to your computer, only taking breaks to make more coffee and raid the cupboards for

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Localisation insights: the Nordic market

Comprising Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and their associated territories, the Nordic countries are geographically located in Northern Europe. Spanning almost 1.2 million square kilometres, the Nordic countries are home to around

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Perfect vs done: why LSPs must find the balance

Call it a fact or a blanket statement. But, in our experience at least, translation companies tend to attract – and hire – more perfectionists than they do other personality types.

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We need to talk about voice recognition

By Ryan Bury, English in-house translator Whether you’re chatting with Siri, Cortana or Alexa, modern technology invariably gives users the chance to – quite literally – find their voice. And it’s

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What makes a good translation agency client great?

A good translation agency client is one that pays on time. End of story? For some, perhaps. But if that’s all it takes to be good, is good really enough? Shouldn’t all translation

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Has per-word translation pricing had its day?

The smiling hair stylist takes your coat and sits you in front of the mirror. “So, what would you like today?” he asks. “Hmm, not sure. What are the options?” “Well,

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