Translation 101 – Starting Out As A Translator

Translation 101 - Starting Out As A TranslatorClick Image To Visit SiteGreat guide for those of us not accustomed to the translation business. Gets you up and running in no time!

Worth every dollar! Despite being a part-time translator, I still found valuable information in this guide that helped me immensely!

My professional career revolves around the Translation & Localization Industry for more than 17 years. I started out as a young inexperienced translator and, after years of hard work and persistence, ended up with my last in-house position being that of Translation & Software Localization Director.

Translation and software localization are my core specialties, having translated or managed numerous projects for Microsoft, IBM/Lotus, Adobe, Symantec, GE Energy, Caterpillar, Toshiba, LaCie, Canon, Sony, Nokia, Bosch, Siemens, just to mention a few.

Currently, I’m providing translation & localization consulting to companies and freelance translators in need of such services.

These ten quick tips are based on my experience as a Translation & Localization Project Manager, and regard the issues I encountered while collaborating with freelance translators. This is “inside” advice, so by taking note and following it you’ll secure a healthy client relationship.

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