Category Archives: Buying Translations

  1. What do Translation Buyers and Fourth Graders Have in Common?

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    February 20, 2016 by atacompass

    Most translators and interpreters care deeply about the future of their professions and welcome the opportunity to talk to students …
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  2. What is the difference between translation and interpreting?

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    February 5, 2016 by atacompass

    The American Translators Association represents both translators and interpreters; in fact, our tagline is “The voice of interpreters and translators.” …
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  3. Looking for a professional to handle your translation or interpreting job?

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    January 20, 2016 by atacompass

    The ATA’s online directory features the profiles of thousands of translators and interpreters. Each listing provides the individual’s language, geographic …
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  4. How to choose a translation vendor: 9 tips to a successful experience

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    January 5, 2016 by atacompass

    The thought of purchasing a new product or service can seem overwhelming at times. If one doesn’t know much about …
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  5. Creative translation solutions: Making the most of your translation budget

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    December 20, 2015 by atacompass

    A US-based precious metals investment company was considering investing in a mine in West Africa. However, they were concerned that …
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  6. Export or Die

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    November 1, 2015 by atacompass

    “Export or die,” The Economist warned American businesses in an April 2010 special report on rebalancing the US economy. In …
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