BeTranslated translation blog
No translation business can succeed without a team of skilled, hardworking translators. Improving the performance of your team will be critical for success and taking the company forward, but this can be a huge challenge particularly if you are using remote and/or...
As translators, our language skills are our main tool. Ideally, we become more proficient in all our languages, including our mother tongue, throughout our lifetime, but that is not necessarily the case. Just as our computers and CAT tools need updating, so do our linguistic skills.
There are times, in whatever business or industry we’re in when we need to absorb a large amount of information in a small amount of time. Having to read – and understand – a huge book or document can be daunting but, it needn’t be overwhelming.
Operating as a sole trader or freelancer gives you a lot of freedom, but it also means taking on a lot of roles at all once.
Cinema can take us on a journey to other countries and cultures, and translation has been the backdrop for some of the world’s greatest films. Take a look at our top 10 movies that have language at the heart of the action.
Coworking spaces have gained popularity over the last few years and have been providing freelancers with communities and beautiful working spaces, but are they the right choice for freelance translators and their specific needs?
The consistent growth of a business always means the expansion of its audience. In a globally connected age, that means international development should always be factored in as part of your business plan.
Business culture has changed, with more business than ever being conducted in writing, rather than in person. Instead of holding face to face meetings, today you are more likely to send an email, effective business writing skills are, therefore, more valuable than ever.