In the translation industry, project management plays a crucial role in the success of a translation project. As this sector is enjoying impressive growth, translation agencies need to deal with many new projects every day. The variety of topics can be very extensive, from localising a high school certificate to translating the manual for a medical device.
The Covid-19 pandemic is a difficult time for everyone; none more so of course than those on the NHS front line. Businesses and workers across the globe have had to adapt in ways that may have seemed unimaginable just a few months ago. As part of National Small Business week (3-9 May), this article will focus on how small businesses specifically are adapting to ensure they weather this storm.
The logistics and supply chain sector has experienced extreme challenges during the Coronavirus pandemic. A survey conducted in March by the Institute for Supply Chain Management found that nearly 75 per cent of companies reported supply chain disruptions in one form or another due to Covid-19-related transportation restrictions.
With its highly specialised technology, Leica Geosystems needed a translation partner for its high profile international website with very skilled and trusted resources and extensive experience in highly technical topics. Based on its proven track record in niche technical translation and expertise in website localisation, the decision was finally made to entrust the project to Albion Languages.
In May this year, CBRE launched a key localisation project for one of its core internal company videos, MyCBRE. Designed for use as a training tool for CBRE offices worldwide, the video needed to be localised into a large number of languages and to a tight deadline.