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Below, you can find the names and addresses of the BeTranslated team. Don’t hesitate to contact us for any translation project, large or small.

We will respond as quickly as possible.

If you are an independent translator who wants to be added to our database, you can register here. Please do not call us.

If you live in one of the countries listed below, please don’t hesitate to contact your local project manager directly. You can also send general inquiries about France, the UK or any other country not listed here to info@betranslated.com.

If you are not sure who to contact, please use our quote request form.

BELGIUM - FRANCE - SPAIN - EUROPE

Michael Bastin

Phone + 34 671 17 57 74

Calle de Rugat 12 – 2

46021 Valencia

Spain

Email: info@betranslated.com

UNITED STATES

Nancy Brady

Phone : + 1 859-816-8321

3204 Selwyn Farms Ln, Suite 5

Charlotte NC 28209

USA

Email: info@betranslated.com

 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Karl Supierz

Phone : +1 809 712 5654

Calle D, 26 Urbanización Casilda

51000 Santiago

Dominican Republic

Email: info@betranslated.com

FRANCE - BELGIUM - LUXEMBOURG

Jean-François Bunouf

Phone : +32 477 28 42 55

106, Rue de la Mutualité

4030 Liège

Belgium

E-mail: belgique@betranslated.com

Our main areas of specialization

Technical Translation

Technical translation requires not just language skills, but also in-depth knowledge of the subject area in question.

Business Translation

Our translators handle the full range of professional and financial documents that turn the wheels of international trade.

Marketing Translation

A translator specializing in marketing needs unique linguistic and editorial skills that go beyond words in order to deliver a message perfectly tailored to the audience.

IT Translation

Given the accelerating evolution of this field, a translator specializing in telecommunications has to continually stay up to date.

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How your business can use technology to streamline recruitment

There are few areas of business that haven’t been streamlined and improved by technology in recent years. Everything from administration to marketing has become significantly easier

Why promotional material can help market your company

The only way a business can flourish is through advertising and marketing. As well as overt advertising campaigns, corporations use promotional material for a more subtle reminder of their presence to potential and previous customers. 

How marketing translation can make or break your brand

Advertising and marketing are key in creating brand identity and many companies will spare no expense in hiring top professionals to ensure their brand attracts its target market. The same attention should be paid to marketing translation.

Translate your employment brand and globalize your workforce

Your employment brand is the very essence of your recruitment strategy. It represents your company’s values not only in terms of human resource management but also in terms of brand reputation.

Keeping important documents secure when you do translation work

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,

Professional Human Translation

We are here to tell you how professional human translation is by far the best type of translation. Save yourself the time, money and a headache! Start as you mean to go on and get it right from the offset. This is the only way to proceed with any type of translation requirement.

Global business guide: top tips for international expansion

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.

Make sure your translated content is print-ready!

The combination of an affordable, professional print service provider and the services of a human, native translator makes all the difference when attempting to reach foreign markets.

How translation project management is like air traffic control

I was on a flight from New York to Dakar, Senegal, working on translating a pitch for a German TV series, when it hit me that translation project management and air travel share a lot of striking similarities. Both air travel and translation are functions of...

Keeping language skills up to date as a translator

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.

5 useful tools for the traveling translator

No matter how far you travel, translators on the go need tools that work for their mobile needs. These five tools are great for all translators to use, but they’re especially useful for any translators who need mobile capabilities.

How can you minimize on your environmental footprint as a translator?

Did you know that if the Internet was a nation, it would be the third largest polluter in the world, after China and the United States?

How to ensure you get the most out of your translators

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,