21.05.21 What are the most widely spoken languages in the world?
by Silvia Giancola When you think about the most widely spoken languages in the world, English is usually the first one that springs to mind. However,
[…] Read more 23.04.21 Book translation: knowledge in the palm of your hand
Print, digital, new or used, books have always been – and continue to be – synonymous with knowledge. The sort of knowledge we can get from a book
[…] Read more 07.04.21 Translation for telemedicine
It’s been 50 years since the term “telemedicine” first appeared in the media, but only in the last couple of years has it truly entered the
[…] Read more 16.03.21 Medical devices: what are they and where does translation come in?
They’ve become a more integral part of our lives than ever before. We wear them every day, they’re spoken about on television all the time and
[…] Read more 11.03.21 Google Translate or a translation agency?
Launched for the first time in 2006, Google Translate is now used by over 500 million people all over the world. This automatic translation program is
[…] Read more 10.03.21 Bilingual patient information leaflets: How translation can protect the right to health
The right to health is a fundamental right recognized in a wide array of official documents, ranging from the Italian Constitution to the Universal Declaration of
[…] Read more 02.03.21 Sustainable finance, the challenge of building a better future and where translation comes in
by Silvia Giancola The pandemic has introduced us all to the concept of the “new normal” – a different, evolved status quo that reflects our
[…] Read more 23.02.21 Clinical trials and translation: giving a voice to scientific progress
by Silvia Giancola These days we are hearing about vaccines on a daily basis, so it is worth devoting a few words to clinical trials. Clinical trials
[…] Read more 10.02.21 The Corporate Governance Report: the bible of corporate sustainability
The Corporate Governance Report is a crucially important document that more and more companies are compelled to produce. The this document’s relevance stems from the key
[…] Read more 02.02.21 What is transcreation?
Transcreation – or creative translation – refers to a process of translation whose aim is to convert a message from one language to another while maintaining
[…] Read more 27.01.21 Social Reports, Sustainability Reports and Integrated Reports: What are they?
When we talk about sustainability reporting, we often flit between terms such as Social Report, Sustainability Report and Integrated Report, as if they were synonyms that
[…] Read more 20.01.21 Non-financial reporting: Why translate it?
Non-financial reporting has seen many significant developments over the years. While in the past, companies were free to choose whether they wanted to publish information on
[…] Read more 03.12.20 Translation of financial statements: another success story
An important Italian company that provides postal, banking, financial and telecommunications services requested our specialized translation service from Italian into English for its financial documentation, specifically financial
[…] Read more 19.11.20 Medical and scientific translations: Life-saving language
INTRODUCTION: One of Italy’s leading pharmaceutical companies, which specializes in diagnosis and research, commissioned us, through its communications agency, to provide multilingual translation of specialized content
[…] Read more 14.05.20 How do you translate “smart working”?
The term “smart working” is more popular than ever before right now – but that doesn’t mean we understand exactly what it is. So what does
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