What GDPR Means for the Translation Industry

On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s data protection laws will get a drastic overhaul. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will bring in stricter policies for how companies obtain and store people’s personal data. This blog looks at the impact of GDPR, with specific look at the translation industry.

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Women In Translation: Thoughts of a Female Translator

Today is International Women’s Day, a day in which we celebrate the extraordinary achievements of women throughout history. Today is a day we shine a light on the remarkable deeds and actions of women across the world; and at Wolfestone we would like to dedicate this blog to the incredible work of women in translation.Read More »

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The Importance of Translation for Charities

With the growth of global humanitarian projects, language and translation for charities is becoming a focal point to providing effective aid and education. In this blog we explore the history of the charity sector in Britain, and how language and translation has become an essential factor in charitable causes going global.

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Beer Marketing in Wales: Crafting a Winning Brewing Strategy

With August at our doorsteps, there are about 10 beer and cider appreciation events scheduled for the summer all over the country. All these events are likely to boost the sales of beer for the summer months, but what are the secrets to crafting a successful beer marketing strategy?

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Beer Marketing in Wales: Crafting a Winning Brewing Strategy