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Translating For Your Multicultural Audience and the Possible Implications For Your Business

13 th, October, 2020

Reference link: Translating important documents with clarity and accuracy is essential, regardless of your industry. When it comes to communicating essential health, education and informational material, an inaccurate translation could not only be embarrassing but potentially catastrophic for the stakeholder and the target audience. It is

Your Detail-driven Document Translation Agency Across Multiple Industries

2 nd, October, 2020

Your Detail-driven Document Translation Agency Across Multiple Industries Linguistico’s team of industry specialised experts offer document translator services across a multitude of industries. We are the professional go-to translation company for the provision of NAATI accredited document translation and professional translation, companies across Australia rely on. With

Trusted Language Translation Services in 90+ Languages

2 nd, October, 2020

Trusted Language Translation Services in 90+ Languages Linguistico provides human translation services to some of the world’s biggest and best businesses, as well as some of the smallest and most perfectly-formed. With superior industry experienced experts in over 90 languages, we have become a top tier

3 Key Reasons to Translate for Your Multicultural Audience

13 th, August, 2020

Why You Must Consider Your Multicultural Audience for the translation of your important resources and documentation Did you know that roughly 1 in 4 people in Australia is likely to be born overseas? With a rich history of immigration, Australia remains one of the world's most

Six Reasons Why You Should Translate Your Law Firm’s Website

10 th, June, 2020

Did you know that more than one-fifth of Australians speak a language other than English at home, with more than 300 separately identified languages spoken throughout the country? It’s no surprise, then, that more and more Australian businesses are also targeting clients from non-English speaking

Trials and Triumphs for Remote Legal Practice during COVID-19

20 th, April, 2020

Across Australia, remote working has changed the landscape of many industries, particularly that of legal practices. Challenges have ranged from the practical to the pastoral, from standard technological connectivity issues to the complication of enforcing complete security and confidentiality. Yet whilst many of these challenges

Battle of the Sexes in Language | Linguistico

The Battle of the Sexes in Language?

26 th, August, 2019

Why Do Differences in Gender Matter in Translation Services? Not all that long ago, there was a bestselling book entitled, "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus." We suspect you've probably read the stories in the media about the science behind the differences between men

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What is NAATI and do I need it?

24 th, April, 2019

What Does NAATI Translation Mean? NAATI is the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters. It is jointly owned by the nine governments of Australia and was set up in order to give some assurance of translation quality by means of examination and subsequent certification of

Man against Machine [Translation]

28 th, October, 2017

Man against Machine [Translation] This topic is a current hot potato, with many translators learning new skills and software to assist with translation automation. At Linguistico we do sometimes work with specialists who use Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) software tools, and they can and do save

How do you know if a translation is correct? | linguistico

How do you know if a translation is correct?

28 th, October, 2017

So how do you know that your translation is correct? We’ve all seen them. The often comical text or signs showing how translations can go very, very wrong. It is vital that a professional translation service has the right people translating for you and that documents are

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