March 29, 2019

Protected: Application Assistant Training

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March 22, 2019
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We’ve joined the ITI

We recently joined the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI), the UK’s only professional institute dedicated to supporting translators and interpreters. Becoming a member of the ITI gives us access to training opportunities to strengthen our portfolio of skills and sector support through regional and language networks. Investing in our […]
February 26, 2019
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Maximise the benefits of buying ethically

Maximise the benefits of buying ethically Consumers are showing more and more interest in businesses that are ethically, socially and environmentally responsible. But how do you maximise your ethical activities to build relationships with your customers? Brand recognition, media coverage, and improved reputation One of the main benefits of increasing […]
November 5, 2018
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October was our busiest month ever!

This October we’ve had another bumper month for telephone interpreting minutes and completed the most face to face appointments we’ve ever done. How do we make it happen? Our dedicated operations team appreciates the needs of our diverse client base. Over 90% of our clients are charities, dealing with vulnerable […]
October 25, 2018
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A Clear Voice in the global market

We are excited to announce we will be exhibiting and speaking at the upcoming Going Global conference at the ExCel in London on 14 and 15 November. Our director Anna will be delivering a seminar about the value of buying services from social enterprises and not for profit organisations when […]
August 9, 2018
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Indigenous languages at risk

Linguistic diversity is at risk around the world, and the effects are especially being felt by indigenous peoples. UNESCO, who compiles information about language endangerment, has found that around 600 languages have become extinct in the last century alone. Alarmingly they are disappearing at a rate of one every two […]