CASE STUDY: Take your Shot

A few months ago, our Director, Eva Tunez Salvador, had the honour of carrying out the book translation of “Take your shot” by business coach Robin Waite from English into Spanish. Eva tells us a bit more about the project. How it all began “I met Robin at one of his...

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More than translators, Export Advocates

Genuine Translations is now 5 years old, and this has truly been an exciting year for us. Earlier in the year, we brought our two main specialisations, legal and marketing translations, together to create a new service offering: translations for international trade....

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The Importance of Translation in Export

Whether you are new to exporting or have been doing it for some time now, you will certainly already know all the numerous benefits that exporting your products or services can bring to your business. However, as I am sure you will agree, it can be an overwhelming...

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Translations for the watch industry

One of the things I enjoy the most about being a translator is how much I learn from the different topics that land on my desk. Although I specialise in legal and marketing texts, these two areas are quite vast, and clients come from different backgrounds. For...

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Bienvenidos a Genuine Translations

Somos una agencia de traducción especializada en traducciones de ámbito jurídico y marketing. Estos son algunos de los documentos/textos que traducimos: Documentos legales Certificados de nacimiento, adopción, bautismo, matrimonio, divorcio, cambio de...

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Interview to a typesetter

Typesetting is, according to the Britannica Encyclopedia, “the setting of type (characters) for use in any of a variety of printing processes” (even if the files don’t get printed, which is very common nowadays). To help you visualise it, think of a glossy magazine or...

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What do we do with non-billable work?

Some days ago, I read a very good article about non-billable work for translators. Funny enough, I had just come back from posting a certified translation for a client, a trip expressly done that took one whole hour of my precious time, and which wasn’t charged to the...

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What to choose: a transcreator or an in-country copywriter?

A few months ago, I wrote about the key characteristics of transcreation and how it goes beyond translation in order to translate a brand’s emotions and not simply its message. Now, I would like to share some thoughts on when to use a transcreator or transcreation...

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Interview to an interpreter

A few weeks ago we interviewed one of our typesetter friends; today, we have the pleasure of interviewing another friend working in the languages industry, Ronan Malt. Ronan is a Spanish and French-English interpreter specialised in quite an interesting field to many,...

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5 indicios de que un traductor es profesional

¿Te resulta difícil confiar una traducción a un traductor que no conoces? En esta entrada quiero destacar 5 indicios que, si eres nuevo en esto de encargar traducciones, pueden ayudarte a saber si el traductor con el que estás tratando es lo suficientemente...

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Interview to a typesetter

Typesetting is, according to the Britannica Encyclopedia, “the setting of type (characters) for use in any of a variety of printing processes” (even if the files don’t get printed, which is very common nowadays). To help you visualise it, think of a glossy magazine or...

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