holding you back ? The cost.
are becoming increasingly restrictive, so that many
people prefer to rely on "in-house" translation
while "bilingual" employees may know how to
translate, it must nevertheless be admitted that texts
translated "in-house" do not possess the same
linguistic sensitivity as texts translated by professionals
- sufficient reason, in itself, to entrust your drafts,
contracts, and brochures to true professionals, like
are observing an increasing awareness that professional
translation work is essential to all sectors, both public
and private. The monopoly of the "English"
language in international documents is gradually giving
away to multilingualism.