Attended by many oenophiles, the exclusive wine reception took place on September 24 in the lobby of the company’s building, specifically decorated for the occasion. During the evening, guests enjoyed various German and Bulgarian wines in an elegant atmosphere. A wide selection of European hors d’oeuvres was also served. The diverse wine selection was very well received by attendees and perfectly complemented by the culinary offerings, which were also very popular.
Edward Vick, company founder and CEO of the EVS Translations Group, looks back with satisfaction on the wine reception: "I am very happy with the positive response and to have had the opportunity to meet our business partners and friends in person. This type of event is an important part of our corporate philosophy and a good opportunity to meet outside the office."
The feedback from guests was so positive that EVS Translations is confident it will host the event again next year.
Ambience and Pure Enjoyment
at the 1st Annual Wine Reception
Hosted by EVS Translations USA in Atlanta
As a special gesture of gratitude, EVS Translations USA is inviting business partners and friends to its first annual wine reception, where they can spend some time and savor the fruit of the vine.
The exclusive wine tasting will take place on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the lobby of the company’s office building:
260 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Edward Vick, founder and CEO of the EVS Translations group, is looking forward to the event with anticipation: “For me personally, community events of this kind always have a special significance. The aim is not only to thank our partners for their business but also to maintain our personal relations, which have been the center of our business model since the very beginning.”
Contact name: Dr. Florian Schwieger, Head of Marketing and Business Development Manager
Phone: +1 404-523-5560
There is no denying that work is important. It is how we make a living and, at best, what we do for that living is rewarding, gives us self-worth and motivation, and justifies the need to go into the office every day. Work is an intrinsic part of life and without the worthwhile challenge of our day jobs, most of us would quickly become bored. At EVS Translations, our employees are challenged on a daily basis in their work and are sometimes pushed to the edge of their limits. During the hectic annual report season, for example, we often get inundated with orders, which increases our standard workloads and our working hours along with it. In such hectic periods, it is of prime importance – for our translators in particular – to strike a balance in their lives to ensure they can function when they come into work the next day and also so they don’t lose the enjoyment of translating.
Our employees’ lives matter to us and so we wanted to find out how the members of our team – from the translators to the accountants – unwind after work and recharge their batteries, and how this helps them to strike the right balance in their professional and private lives.
In 1859 a writer for the Industrial Journal labeled Atlanta a “city in the woods” referring to its lush surrounding and its history as a backwoods railway outpost that as recent as 1847 only had thirty residents. Today, of course, the ATL, or Hotlanta, is home to 5,500,000 million inhabitants and represents everything but a remote railroad town.
Today, Atlanta is the heart of a Southeastern economy that generates a GDP of $3.15 trillion, which would rank as the 7th largest in the world. Its rich transportation history and favorable geographic position have turned the city into one of the nation’s most important logistic hubs and distribution centers for importers and exporters alike. Atlanta is not only home to the world’s busiest airport but also thoroughly connected to major trucking routes and, by means of its Savannah port, global sea-traffic.
Offenbach, Germany – EVS Translations (www.evs-translations.com), an international translation company and leading provider of industry-specific translation services, has received ISO 9001:2008 and DIN EN 15038 quality certifications.
DIN EN 15038 is the only quality standard for translation services worldwide. It gives both translation services providers and their clients clear criteria for achieving and assessing the highest quality of language translation services.
EVS Translations was awarded these quality certifications by TÜV Rheinland - a globally recognised accreditation organisation that leads the way in the development of quality standards.
The Language of Energy – Translation Company exhibits at world’s largest exhibition for the gas industry
EVS Translations exhibited as the only language service provider at this year’s Gastech conference, the world’s largest and most renowned exhibition for the gas industry in London. The company provides industry specific translations of environmental impact assessments, well operation documents, geological surveys, and other documents related to the extraction and exploration of gas reserves.
An international translation company has moved into new premises in Nottingham city centre in a deal secured by property agents Innes England and FHP.
EVS Translations will be moving to Regent Street in the city centre as part of its programme of expansion.
The company, which has more than 100 in-house translators, proofreaders, project managers, DTP and IT experts across Europe and America, carries out over 20,000 translation and interpretation assignments each year.
With its head office in Germany, the UK hosts the largest international operation of EVS Translations Group. Other sites include Paris, France, Sofia, Bulgaria and Atlanta, USA, completing the group’s global reach. The UK branch of EVS Translations has now expanded its operation into much larger premises to manage its growth plans for the coming years.
PETEX is the largest subsurface-focused petroleum and oil exploration industry conference and exhibition in the United Kingdom.
PETEX is a trade exhibition highlighting the latest innovations and developments in exploration, production and subsurface technology.