Early this year, Hostage International got in touch with us, requiring translation of their resources into French. This unique charity delivers emotional and practical support to people internationally, and in a growing number of languages. Providing increasing support to people in Canada, it was essential that they could deliver their resources in French as well […]
Bow Wow Meow, a company specialising in pet products and grooming, had built a successful business in the UK and Ireland. But they wanted to go further and start selling their products in Europe using Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer.
This client needs no introduction – it’s the BBC. But to be more specific, the Institute of Translation and Interpreting recommended us to The Written Word, a BBC Olympic Project that looked to honour the spirit of the 2012 Games.
BookTrust is a UK charity that works to inspire a love of reading in children and their families. They wanted to spread their message to non-English speaking families across the UK and chose Atlas to help them reach this audience in 28 languages.
Alex and Phil approached Atlas to translate the packaging and instructions for Boot Bananas for overseas markets. Our first step was to find out more about this amazing product!
Rolling out an established brand in new countries needs careful planning, so Popdance’s founder and chief leg warmer- wearer Sue Wybrow contacted Atlas for some cultural and localisation advice.
Companies competing for business in international markets frequently need specialist translations to prepare contracts and tender documentation – as a growing exporter, SISCOG turned to Atlas Translations for this vital commercial support.
Atlas Translations won a traditional tender process for this project to provide Asian interpreting services round the clock at the 15th Asian Games in Doha, Qatar.
The NHS Confederation is an independent membership body that informs and influences the development of healthcare policy to improve the system and advance patient care.
Independent wine merchant Vinotopia, based in the beautiful Cotswolds area of England, became a destination for coachloads of Japanese tourists after developing an international profile through its website.