Review of UTICamp 2020

Translators Family blog: translation news

How the Ukrainian Translation Industry Conference took me by surprise What’s so special about UTIC? Finally, my first on-site translation conference this year! This conference was also unique due to its uncommon location in a pine forest (a campsite outside of Dnipro in Ukraine) and its cozy family feel (participants could bring their families along as well). It surprised me more than any other event of its type. We had evenings around the campfire, accompanied by music from guitars…

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…

Translators Family in numbers: our successes in 2019

Translators Family blog: our successes in 2019

Numbers speak louder than words Let’s take a look at our achievements of the year gone by. Our annual turnover in 2019 increased by 70% in comparison to 2018. In 2019 we provided translation services for more than 1000 corporate customers. We successfully completed translation projects totaling over 5 million words. To clarify we have interpreted assignments totaling over 5000 hours. Our main achievements We took part in a tender of the European Parliament. Moreover, we won a…

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….