Communication is the key
Doing business in a foreign country takes special knowledge and skills. Effectively communicating your ideas involves more than translating words into a different language. It requires insight into the subject matter along with a keen awareness of local cultures and customs. One misinterpreted word can have catastrophic consequences for your advertising, company or brand.
Perhaps you’re familiar with this situation: After spending a lot of time and creative energy on writing the copy for a new ad campaign, you hand in your work for translation. And that’s exactly what you get: a translation. But what you really need is professionally written copy that is just as creative and carefully composed as the original.
We’re on the same page
Clear and concise information is indispensable in today’s global marketplace. That’s why we start your project by making sure we understand exactly what you want. We do our homework beforehand and take the time to become familiar with your company and target groups. Our goal is to communicate your information in a foreign language and make it sound like it was written by someone who’s been working for your organization for years.
We speak your language
Text International is a recognized name among language service providers in Europe. As specialists in the field, we work in virtually all languages and subject areas – from high-tech innovations, e-business and advertising, to fashion, pharmaceuticals, marketing, software and banking. A number of well-known agencies and corporations rely on Text International for professional ad copy, taglines, presentations, storyboards, press releases and expert advice. So you can rest assured that we will deliver the right solution for your enterprise. After all, we’ve been in this business for over 20 years.
Text International works with more than 400 academically trained translators, copywriters and journalists worldwide. This gives you the added certainty that the information coming from your company is written by native speakers, sounds natural and is perfectly in line with local cultural norms.