TTG Wins “Community Award” from our Client, Anglian Water

  Anglian Water, recently voted "Utility of the Year" in London, is one of the biggest and most prestigious utility companies in the UK. Headquartered in Rye, New York, Transatlantic Translations Group (TTG) was founded in 2001 and has become one of the leading language and technical translation and telephone interpreting providers...

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Telephone Interpreting for your Language Solution Needs

  There are some questions you should ask yourself Can your sales representatives have meaningful conversations with potential clients in multiple languages? Can your Managers, Supervisors and HR professionals communicate with your non-English speaking employees? Telephone Interpreting for Business Telephone interpreting supports a conversation between two or more parties where language barriers exist. The...

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The Importance of Subject Experts in Packaging and Product Collateral Translation

Why Your Products and Packaging Need Expert Translation You’ve worked hard to perfect your product. You’ve found a gap in the market, researched your target customer, created a unique design, and invested in a product bound for success. It’s time to ensure every reader of your brand name, marketing materials, slogan,...

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Lost in Translation?

Countless people have said they don't understand or fully grasp the movie "Lost in Translation." They want to know what it's about, but they struggle to find its true meaning. The irony here is that the movie itself may be lost in translation. The same is true for real-world translation. If...

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The Truth About Google Translate

Google Translate is an adequate tool, useful for many simple translations including brief sentences and some longer paragraph text. But when you’re having a conversation with someone in a different language, you will typically need the help of a native language interpreter. An interpreter is especially helpful when the conservation requires...

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What’s in a Brand Name?

When creating or rebranding an existing global brand, your first priority is to check how the name translates globally. Depending on where your audience is, your brand name may translate differently. For instance, Facebook recently changed its brand name to 'Meta.’ However, this new bold vision and name didn’t translate well...

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