News

With investment trends continuing to go global and political and health issues being addressed on a world scale, the interpreting team at Eclipse Translations has seen a 55% increase in business in the past financial year.

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VITO

In Belgium, VITO has awarded a 4-year contract to Eclipse Translations for the provision of translation services covering scientific, technical and institutional documents.

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We are pleased to announce that we have recently strengthened our translation and interpreting co-ordination teams, both in depth, with regards to customers service and project management skills, and in numbers.

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International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) have been developed by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), with a view to making company accounts understandable and comparable across international boundaries.

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1203 700Olympia 2 London, 29-30 January 2014

Learning Technologies, co-located with Learning and Skills, is now the biggest exhibition and conference in the entire corporate learning sector. It’s also the best attended and fastest growing.

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Increasingly training is done on a global basis with some or all participants needing assistance to make sure they fully understand everything being said. Any training course requires careful planning but adding this language dimension makes attention to detail even more important. Your course format will have a knock on effect on equipment, technical support, room layout, interpreting style and ultimately budget. Time spent working out the fine detail initially will avoid any nasty surprises later on.

Please find below a link to the full article that featured recently on the Training Journal website:

http://www.trainingjournal.com/feature/articles-features-talking-the-language-of-successful-meetings/