About The TR Company

Terminology about Soccer (Part 5)

Alone, Lonely, Lonesome and Lone

How to Find and Hire a Translation Company (Part II)

As we mentioned in our previous article, there are questions regarding both your particular project and the translator’s background that you may want to ask. These are 10 questions you should ask:

  1. Have you handled similar projects?
  2. […]

How to Find and Hire a Translation Company (Part I)

QUESTIONS TO ASK.

Many people who don’t need translations regularly usually have no idea what it takes to find good, trustworthy professional help. Most start with their inner circle, hiring a friend’s daughter for instance, only to realize […]

A Day in the Life… of a Translation Company

Quality Control in a Translation Company (Part II)

In our last article, Quality Control in a Translation Company, we discussed a few of the parameters we use at The TR Company in order to determine whether a translation is good. It goes without […]

Quality Control in a Translation Company (Part I)

As we discussed in our previous article, How to Spot a Poor Translation (and Identify a Good One), there are many things a client takes into consideration when reading a translation and deciding whether it’s a quality […]

Who is who in a translation company?

Partners Running a Translation Company

Running a translation company (well, actually any business) is complicated and may seem easier if you can share your workload and responsibilities with another translator as a partner.

When I was 25 or so, a friend and I […]

Who is Our Client?

I think any freelance translator or owner of a translation company would agree if I say that, at one point or another, we’ve all thought that almost anyone could be our client. The problem with that belief is that […]