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How historical buildings can be protected from fires

Between 2000 and 2012, 70 historical buildings in Germany were lost or damaged due to fire, including the Nuremberg Transport Museum and Weimar’s Anna Amalia Library. In the UK between 2000 and 2006, seven heritage buildings were lost a month to fire. One of these was a fire at Windsor Castle in 1992, which resulted in restoration costs of £40 million. Continue reading

Translating for Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Our sister company Bedford Translations was recently involved in an exciting translation project for ITV Studios. The customer contacted us with a requirement for release forms to be translated into French and Italian for an episode of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway which is a fun-packed live entertainment show. Being big fans of the show, we jumped at the opportunity to take the project on.
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The Great Unknowns of Brexit

Reduce the uncertainty during Brexit by reaching out to global customers

Do you want to expand your business abroad? Exporting goods to a foreign country can be a challenge, but getting your company into the global marketplace will increase profits and enhance your business reputation. Continue reading

The importance of translation in the fire protection industry

Originally published in the Fire Magazine –, on 12 August 2014
Fire protection is not something that can be taken lightly, so ensuring everyone understands the ‘language of safety’ is key. Candost Yalcinkaya of TTC wetranslate looks at the importance of good translation to effective fire protection as businesses become more and more multinational.

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Ask these 10 questions before choosing a translation company


10 questions to ask your translation company before choosing themWhen taking the first steps towards establishing a working relationship with a translation company, there are many things to take into consideration. While there are a plethora of translation companies in the UK, from one-man bands to large multinational corporations, it is essential that you get the right fit for you.

We’ve compiled this list of 10 questions you should ask translation companies before you take the first step, so you can make an informed decision.

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If you have any questions about any of the points raised, or would require assistance with a quotation, please feel free to contact our Managing Director Levent Yildizgoren. His email address is and our telephone number is +44 (0)1245 216930.
We hope you find this useful.
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BlueSky Marketing

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Avoid translation mistakes in your documents


Read our free brochure and avoid the most common translation mistakes in your projects.

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