In the age of fake news, facts matter. If you’ve written a report, set of guidelines, or other longish document for your organisation, why not summarise the results in the form of a factsheet giving the key message and data? And then, if you want the whole world to read it, get it reliably translated by a professional.
Food is no longer just one of life’s necessities: it’s a religion! You are what you eat, and what you consume says a lot about your personal beliefs: sustainable, fairtrade, organic, vegetarian, vegan or ketogenic, there’s a diet for everyone.
Food is also a booming industry. From meal package deliveries to craft beer, new food businesses are popping up like mushrooms, and all rely on mouthwatering copy to sell delicious products.
The time has finally come, and your new e-commerce site, sustainable food blog, or dating forum is ready to go online. Want to make sure you’re hitting the right note and not overlooking unfortu-nate linguistic errors? Then bring in The Translation Collective for an extra pair of editorial eyes!
A white paper was originally a government document explaining how a problem could be solved by a particular policy, technology, or product. To emphasise that it’s neutral and objective, the cover is often white.
Need a marriage certificate translated from Arabic to English, an important contract from English to Spanish, or a degree certificate into Italian? The Translation Collective is an all-round copywriting and translation agency, so we can also help with sworn translations. We have a large network of sworn translators in most language combinations, so if you need a translation of an official document, contact us.
Whether your last experience was your primary-school talk about hamsters, or you stand in front of a big team every week, giving a presentation can be pretty stressful. Speaking to a group with your knees knocking is something many people struggle with, but presenting is a lot better if you’ve prepared a good story. And there are countless ways to support this narrative, like PowerPoint, Prezi, Keynote, and Google Presentations.
Your mission is your vision, your goal, your ‘why’. We hear a lot about mission statements these days, and that’s a good thing, because a company without a mission is like a rudderless ship. But what exactly does it mean, and why is it so important?
There’s nothing quite like reading a nice annual report with your feet up on the couch, a glass of wine in your hand, and jazz playing in the background… well, maybe. Weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports may not be the most exciting part of your business, but they’re very important, and depending on your organisation’s size, they can be very time consuming. And the information they contain is essential, so you need to make sure that they’re easy to read and that all the important elements emerge clearly. If you find it hard to sort the wheat from the chaff, or want to make sure your copy is flawless and clear, ask a professional editor to look at your text!
Not every decision has to be carefully considered. If you’re unsure whether to buy those bright red cowboy boots, or have your neck tattooed with the name of the new love of your life, it’s okay to be impulsive. But when it comes to the survival of your organization, you need to be more careful. To make it future proof, you need to know exactly what the organization stands for and what the purpose of your product or service is. That means formulating a mission and a vision, and then developing a strategy.