BeTranslated translation blog
Working towards becoming a professional translator takes an incredible amount of skill and determination. You train for years when you first start out and continue maintaining and developing your linguistic and translation skills throughout your working life.
Food is intrinsically liked to our cultural identity as well as our well-being, and exploring food from other countries is a common passion amongst many people today. As our tastes have become more international and more food and drink gets imported and exported every day, quality translation has found itself essential in this industry.
Already responsible for thousands of deaths and tens of thousands of infected individuals, the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, poses a devastating risk on the world economy. Nevertheless, BeTranslated continues to offer its translation services at the height of the crisis thanks to our 100% decentralized network system.
As a translator, you’ll come across documents from all sorts of sources, from big businesses to universities to governments. This means that in your line of work,
As a business owner, you are aware of the impact that digital marketing can have on your organization and its future success. However, that doesn’t mean that you should ignore print marketing as it is still an effective way to reach new clients.
Overseas expansion, mergers and international trade are common strategies for companies looking to increase their revenue and client base. This step can lead to quantifiable business success, making your product or service available to entirely new markets, however it comes with many challenges such as dealing with differences in legal systems and language barriers.
With the rise of the internet and the boom in the freelancer economy, the way that translators and clients find each other has dramatically changed. Just as the act of translation itself breaks down boundaries,
Remote or home-based working has fast become a necessity for a lot of businesses. Whether it’s freelance translation services, remote writers, or business officials who do most of their work on the road,