The 4th annual Translation Challenge has kicked off for 2017! This exciting competition tests the translation skills of graduate and post-graduate students from the University of Essex. Continue reading
The fourth translation challenge is launched on 18 January 2017 with teams getting briefed by this year’s customer TDI-Tuning Limited. The competition will end on 22 February 2017 with the winning teams presented with awards. Continue reading
When 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.
Across the globe, fire is one of the world’s biggest killers. Not to mention one of the most devastating. Just a single spark can soon see an entire building go up in flames, endangering the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of people in the process.
Over a billion people in China and across the globe have been celebrating the Chinese New Year since last week. Celebrations began on Sunday 7th February and will run until the Lantern Festival, held on the 15th day of the New Year. Continue reading
The third translation challenge will start on 13 January 2016 with teams getting briefed by the customer and translation department. The competition will end on 17 February 2016 with the winning teams presented with awards. Continue reading
TTC Managing Director, Levent Yildizgoren, spoke about how universities and translation companies can work together successfully at the European Graduate Placement Scheme (EGPS) Conference and Placement Fair at London Metropolitan University on Friday 6th November. Continue reading
A fire started in an overcrowded nightclub in Bucharest, Romania on 30th October 2015. No fire safety procedures were in place.
Pyrotechnics being used as part of the show set light to a polystyrene pillar, which led to a stampede as everyone rushed for the venue’s only exit. Metal band ‘Goodbye to Gravity’ were just beginning their performance. Continue reading