Ahead of the first House of Lords debate on the Brexit Bill (20 February), two of the UK’s leading professional language organisations are making a direct plea to Theresa May to put an immediate end to the uncertain status of 3.3 million EU citizens living and working in the UK. 

Capita Translation & Interpreting (Capita TI) has partnered with multinational technology and consulting corporation, IBM, to offer developers an enhanced translation solution for cloud and mobile applications.

 

Asian Absolute, were crowned the winners in the project management team of the year at the Association of Translation Companies’ (ATC ) 2016 language industry summit awards.

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Rebecca Kinnersley, Project Manager at RP Translate, a language services provider with offices in Bristol, has been crowned the winner of the Project Manager of the Year category at the Association of Translation Companies’ (ATC) 2016 Language Industry Summit Awards.

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Jacqui Birnie, a freelancer translator who works with Alexika Ltd, has been awarded runner-up in the Freelance Supplier category at the Association of Translation Companies’ (ATC) 2016 Language Industry Summit Awards.

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Friday, 09 September 2016 16:49

Capita acquires amity communications

Association of Translation Companies (ATC) members Capita announces today that it has acquired fellow ATC members amity communications, a London-based language service provider specialising in financial and legal translation services. The acquired business will become part of Capita Translation and Interpreting.

To Read Roy Allkin's comments on the European Language Industry in the July- August edition of ITI Bulletin, please click Here

Leading ATC council member and former President of the British Chambers of Commerce, Isabella Moore, has been commenting on the impact of the Brexit vote on local and national exporters in her local press.

Monday, 27 June 2016 10:54

ATC chair comments on Brexit impact

ATC chairman and leading Welsh businessman Roy Allkin has commented on the outcome of the decision by the British electorate to leave the European Union.

ATC members Teneo Translations based in Waltham Abbey in Essex has given its reaction to the news that Britain is to leave the European Union.

Geoffrey Bowden, General Secretary for the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) comments: “As an organisation whose members are focused on supporting companies internationally with their language service needs, we are concerned and disappointed by the results of yesterday’s referendum.

Geoffrey Bowden, General Secretary of the ATC discusses the challenges and benefits of embracing cultural diversity in our schools with Education today.

With research showing that poor language skills are costing the UK economy a staggering £48 billion a year in lost export sales* and latest ONS figures showing the UK’s current account deficit at a 68 year record high**, the Association of Translation Companies (ATC), the sectors leading professional body, has launched a Guide to Buying Translation Services for companies looking to maximise their international trading potential.

 

ATC member Global Voices has acquired another ATC member London Translations, a multidisciplinary translation and interpretation business, for an undisclosed sum.

Geoffrey Bowden, General Secretary for the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) comments: “As an organisation whose members are focused on helping UK companies from all sectors maximise international trade opportunities, we are alarmed to see Britain’s trade deficit running at a record high..

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