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  • Visiting our Scandinavian Family at NTIF 2016

    On 24-25 November, Albion Languages sent three delegates to the 2016 Nordic Translation Industry Forum. Managing Director Alistair Binks, Vendor Manager Petra Kis-Jakab, and Marketing Assistant Charlotte Fellows made the trip north to Malmö, Sweden. This was our first time at NTIF, and we intended to make the most of it!

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  • Exploring Tcworld 2016

    On 8-10 November 2016, three delegates from Albion Languages travelled to Stuttgart, Germany to visit the great conference halls of Tcworld 2016.

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  • It’s International Project Management Day!

    We at Albion Languages would like to celebrate the occasion by thanking all of our project managers for their hard work and dedication to their profession. Every year they manage over 7000 successful translation projects.

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  • Going Global with GALA

    Albion Languages is thrilled to announce its membership of GALA! The Globalization and Localization Association works to create a community for its members by championing standards, supporting technological advances in the industry, and acting as an unbiased platform for innovation and idea-sharing.  In turn, it fosters the growth of the translation industry itself.

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  • A joint venture in interpreting

    On 13 October 2016, representatives of Albion Languages attended the Hungarian Joint Venture Association’s 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner. Taking place within the illuminated halls of Gellert Thermal Spa, the event celebrated the association’s success over the last 30 years, and pointed to a bright future for its members. 

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  • A journey north to the Nordic Translation Industry Forum

    This November, three representatives from Albion Languages will attend the 6th Nordic Translation Industry Forum. We will spend two days on the icy shores of Malmö, Sweden, meeting and greeting with colleagues in the industry.

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