What do you translate?

When I go out to networking events or when I talk about my work with friends and family, I find it hard to explain what I do. One of the reasons for this is that the content of my work changes on a weekly, if not daily, basis. One day I’ll be translating press releases, the next I’ll be doing a guidebook or content for a hotel’s website.

To give you an overview, here’s a selection of some of the work I’ve done over the past few months.

September 2016

stonesGerman to English translation of website content for a luxury spa hotel

travelGerman to English translation of hotel descriptions for a corporate event booking

August 2016

map-of-roadsGerman to English translation of a mini tourist guide on Helsinki

cutleryGerman to English translation of website texts for a consultancy company specialising in hospitality

earth-globeGerman to English translation of a group of press releases evaluating the results of an international comparison of OECD countries

billboardGerman to English translation of an analysis of several campaigns undertaken by a German advertising agency

July 2016

usbGerman to English translation of a compilation of press releases written in 2015 for a cable manufacturer

newspaperGerman to English translation of a newspaper article about an American actor that appeared in a weekly German newspaper

job-transitionGerman to English translation of a transcript for a video made by a national postal company on the results of their employee satisfaction survey

June 2016

dictionary-book-with-letters-a-to-zGerman to English translation of an A-Z of useful information for a hotel

consulting-messageGerman to English translation of a letter from the owners of a hotel asking guests for feedback and online reviews

travel-1German to English translation of a blog post by a national postal company on travel destinations and local culinary delights

 

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