How to choose the right translation vendor for your business?

Translators Family blog: language services

The language services market is booming It’s a vibrant, competitive field, with a huge number of providers jostling for your custom. This great news means that every translation project has the perfect linguistic partner out there somewhere. With that said, there is a downside of sorts. For a business trying to sift through these huge numbers of agencies and individuals, finding the right provider for the job can seem like a daunting prospect. It’s not so much…

Sworn translations in Poland go online

Translators Family blog: Sworn translation

Sworn translation in Poland. The current situation with the coronavirus outbreak created new realities for the submission of official documents. Everything went online. Also, sworn translation implies a hard copy of the documents with the signature and stamp of the sworn translator. But did you know that some sworn translators also have a digital signature? That is to say, this signature allows them to certify translations online. The translation with the digital signature has the same legal…

How to order translation services during quarantine?

Translators Family blog: quarantine

How to order translation services during quarantine caused by the coronavirus outbreak Many people in Poland and many other countries wonder how to order services such as translation when all the offices are closed because of the quarantine. A lot of companies and even government offices allowed their employees to work remotely. The health of people is more important after all. About Translators Family team Our translation agency Translators Family with the office in Warsaw was not an…

Top 5 Translation Industry Trends of 2020

Translators Family blog: translation

The translation sector is very dynamic So, new trends are appearing all the time. So let’s have a look at the top five trends of the translation industry in 2020. The first trend of the translation industry The first global trend, and the most visible one, is the increasing number of internet users who don’t speak English. Arabic, Hindi, Spanish, Cantonese, and Portuguese are all now complementing the more established internet languages of English, German, French, and Russian….