Wolfestone, a leading language services agency offering translation in all languages, proofreading, voiceovers, urgent translations and a wide range of other language services, have announced that their company’s co-founder and Director has been shortlisted for the Women in Business 2010 Award.
Having already been victorious in 2009’s Swansea Bay Woman of the Year competition, Anna Bastek, one of the Wolfestone founders, is now in the final of the Online Innovation and the Go Green Environmental Awards in this year’s Women in Business Awards as part of her well-noted business expertise and achievements.
Previously the Marketing Director of a well-known electronics company, Anna’s proficiency led to a growth in turnover of seven hundred percent, and she soon moved on to co-found Wolfestone Translation with business partner Roy Allkin after noticing the potential in the language services market. Anna and Roy are proud of their multi-award winning company which now sees a turnover which has doubled year on year since 2007); a testament to their drive and innovation.
“I see the nominations for these prestigious awards as evidence of how hard all members of the team at Wolfestone are working each day in order to help us become more efficient and continually grow in our market,” commented Wolfestone Director, Anna Bastek. “I’m thrilled to be in the finals, and am extremely flattered that the hard work put into the development of our expert translation company has been recognised. I am determined to see Wolfestone continue to grow and become the preferred translation services provider to organisations seeking translations of any kind, and hope that my enthusiasm and personal experience in business will contribute to the achievement of this goal. The numerous business awards we have won in the last 3 years prove that the business we have built is something to be proud of and our investment in technology, process improvement and people will enable Wolfestone to be one of the top translation services companies in the country.”