• Meeting Localisation Leaders at LocWorld Dublin 2016

    The localisation industry is alive and well in the 21st century. We play our part in that by embracing new technologies, from CAT tools to project management programmes. Yet, it is clear that the success of our industry depends on keeping the human touch. Translation agencies, freelancers, tech programmers, and clients all need to work together to develop the position of localisation on the global market.  

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  • Albion Day 2016

    Here at Albion Languages, we are people-centred. The focus is on you, whether you are an important client or a hard-working employee. In a world of tight deadlines and demanding projects, there is nothing better than to work for a company that wants to bring warmth and joy into the lives of its employees. Happiness is not hard to find in any of our offices, and we believe that is a cause for celebration.

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  • Communication in the automotive supply chain

    Auto manufacturing is more international than ever with newcomers like India and China the latest new members of the global auto industry. As automotive OEMs break into new markets and new manufacturers emerge, this leads to developments and relocations for key Tier 1 and Tier 2 sub-suppliers that aim to be within close proximity of their customers.

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  • Language translation and localisation challenges for the EU pharmaceutical industry

    Language barriers should not prevent people from having access to accurate information about medicines. The most important document regarding the purpose and characteristics of a drug is the Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC). 

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  • Google Translate makes all human translators redundant overnight

    Er, well, not just yet at least. Since its launch in 2007, Google Translate has done more than many millions of translators or interpreters could ever do to break down language barriers, especially in the private sphere. Until that point, online machine translation solutions (especially the free ones) had been marginally useful at best.

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