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Director’s Cut, take 22: The future isn’t what it used to be

Director’s Cut, take 22: The future isn’t what it us...

Director’s Cut, take 22: The future isn’t what it us...

9/01/2020

Anu Carnegie-Brown

It’s a new year and (arguably) a new decade; the time for experts to demonstrate their expertise by foretellin...

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Cook up a Scandi Christmas

Cook up a Scandi Christmas

Cook up a Scandi Christmas

19/12/2019

Max Naylor

There’s perhaps no time of year where the concept of Scandi hygge is more appropriate than at Christmas. The ...

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5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

3/12/2019

Max Naylor

Translation of financial texts often requires a different approach: with highly specialised terminology, short d...

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Director’s Cut, take 21: What’s value worth?

Director’s Cut, take 21: What’s value worth?

Director’s Cut, take 21: What’s value worth?

19/11/2019

Anu Carnegie-Brown

The pressure is on. Five hundred pairs of eyes are fixed on me, some expectantly, others critically. I have no i...

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The role of localisation in global marketing campaigns

The role of localisation in global marketing campaigns

The role of localisation in global marketing campaigns

12/11/2019

Gonzalo Fernandez

In the era of the internet and social media, with generations who’ve grown up with Google searches and online ...

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3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

31/10/2019

Max Naylor

The cliché goes that the best translation work is invisible: when translation’s done well, the reader feels l...

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