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01/12/2002
AbroadLink News
AbroadLink has begun collaborating with the University of Granada in the translation of a Universal Encyclopedia for the United Nations Organization. AbroadLink will translate five chapters of this sizeable project working directly with the Project Coordinator of the University of Granada, Ricardo Muñoz.
01/11/2002
AbroadLink News
AbroadLink announces the launch of its promotional campaign in the United States. After focusing on serving clients based in Europe, AbroadLink has set its sights on expanding its direct client base in the U.S. AbroadLink is confident that their customer orientated policies and focus on high quality translation will proof very attractive to the American market. As a Spanish based company, daily...
10/10/2002
Translation
What does the market offer to the professional translator these days? The arena has become so overcrowded with contenders and they are moving so fast, that even watching the major players has become quite a task. I have given up all hope of ever writing a full survey of the tools now available. However I believe I can shed some light on a few issues, mainly for the use of the bewildered many who...
01/07/2002
AbroadLink News
After five years of experience as a freelancer, in-house translator, and project manager, José Gambín, has combined his years of work experience and study to launch his own translation and localization company, AbroadLink. AbroadLink’s eight business concepts are the foundation for a high quality service focused on the customer. AbroadLink business concepts: Quality in translation implies the use...
01/06/2002
AbroadLink News
The recent steady growth of international sales has prompted AbroadLink’s management to appoint Kerry-Lynn Martin as International Sales & Project Manager. The appointment is another step in the company’s international marketing strategy. José Gambín, Managing Director, explains, “I recognized a need for higher quality translation and localization services based on the needs of the client...