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Multilingual translation service
Consistency and accuracy for your content, regardless of the number of languages
Multilingual translations require professional management of multi-disciplinary teams
Translating documents into multiple languages can be a complicated process. Unlike a translation in one language combination (Spanish into English, for example), teams for multilingual translations are larger, requiring a much greater level of coordination. What’s more, different languages present different layout and design challenges, so a solid understanding of the issues that may arise is essential. Does your company have the resources and expertise to manage a project like this? Do you want to spend time coordinating individual freelancers together with design or document formatting staff?
Take advantage of EVS Translations’ experience for your multilingual translations. We can produce the content that you need in the format of your choice while implementing the most effective strategies - this could be for multilingual brochures or a multilingual website. Our professional management for multilingual translations saves you time, effort and, without a doubt, results in higher quality.
With more and more products on the shelves of supermarkets, discounters, and small local stores labelled as Fair Trade, there is still little understanding on all that strands behind the concept of Fair Trade, generally explained as ‘a system of ethical trade which seeks to limit the socio-economical gap between the developed and the developing … Continue reading Fair Trade
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Whether for small or medium-sized companies or large corporations, the time when sustainable measures were implemented internally and did not cover the entire value creation chain is over. Recycled printer and toilet paper is a good start but the measures that are the most sustainable are those that also take suppliers into account – because … Continue reading Sustainability Management for SMEs – Waste Separation, Local Engagement and Environmental Protection
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To explain the difference between recycling and upcycling, let us take an old book for an example. Saying, we no longer need a book, yet are not willing to simply throw it away, what options do we have? Firstly, we could give it for recycling, where our book will usually be mixed with other old … Continue reading Recycling vs Upcycling
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The World Widelife Fund (WWF), the former name of the World Wide Fund for Nature, was officially created on 29 April 1961, when a small group of environmentalists signed a declaration, that came to be known as the Morges Manifesto, with the mission to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build … Continue reading World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
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