Bristol is based in South West England and is a city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county with a fantastic translation service provider. Wolfestone, as an established, expanding company with a database of over 6000 freelance translators, really does have a global reach whilst remaining a ‘local’ company at heart with the values, customer service and ethos that go hand in hand with being a ‘local’ company. There are many reasons why you should use professional translation services and order your translation from Wolfestone: quality, customer service, affordability, quick turnaround, socially responsible service. Our professional translation service only utilises fully-qualified translators and we always deliver a high-quality translation including services such as website translation, technical translation, medical translation and legal translation.
Translation services in Bristol for all industries and individuals
Our translation services in Bristol devote the same high level of attention, dedication and resources to every translation we carry out, whether it is a marketing translation, technical translation, legal documents, urgent translation, wedding & birth certificates, website translation, proofreading, voiceovers etc. We offer translation and language services in Bristol for all industries and individuals.
Translation in Bristol – Quality Guaranteed
Wolfestone Translation is a multi-award winning certified translation services provider accredited by the Association of Translation Companies (Home Office approved). Wolfestone is independently certified with international standard ISO 17100:2015. This is an industry-specific standard which covers the unique challenges involved in delivering high-quality translation services. We are one of a very few translation companies who are independently certified with both ISO 17100 and ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management).
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Success criteria to consider for every translation:
To help us deliver you a quality translation there are some success criteria you should consider for every translation project:
- Tell the translation company if any words (such as product names) are to be left in English as internationally recognised terms, or localised.
- Indicate whether conversions (e.g. inches to cm, or pounds to kg) are to be done by the translator.
- Translation out of English can expand text by up to thirty per cent, so be sure to leave white space in any publishing design.
- Proof your own work thoroughly before sending it for translation – even a simple typo can lead to problems! Check and confirm official names, spelling of personal names (e.g. Jill/Gill, Shaun/Sean, etc.). Also specify whether the people are male or female as some names can be either, e.g. Kim, Sam, etc.
Our translators for Bristol
Wolfestone Translation has a strict and rigorous selection process, which allows only the cream of the crop to pass through and become Wolfestone translators in Bristol. Our translators MUST have a recognised higher degree in translation and at least five years’ translation experience, in addition to expertise in a relevant subject area. We only use translators who work into their native language and also prefer our translators to be based in their native country where they can keep up to date with any cultural or linguistic changes which may affect their work.
Translation services in Bristol
Bristol, located in South West England, is a city, a unitary authority area and a ceremonial county. In 1373 Bristol was granted county status, having already received Royal Charter in 1155. From the 13th century onward and for half a millennium Bristol was ranked as one of the top three English cities. In the 15th century Bristol was the second most important port in the country, shipping to Ireland, Iceland and Gascony. Nowadays it is still a major seaport and the largest importer of cars in the UK. Bristol is also a great spot for shopping, especially after a new £500 million shopping centre was opened in 2008. Bristol Cathedral is worth visiting too.
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually during August in Bristol. Teams from the UK and other parts of the world bring their hot air balloons to the site and participate in mass ascents where as many as 100 balloons may launch at a time. The event was first held in 1979 and is now one of the largest in Europe. People living in Bristol are named Bristolians, their dialect is called Bristolian or more colloquially Bristle or Brizzle.
Wolfestone Price Promise for your translation in Bristol
At Wolfestone Translation, we take our responsibilities as translators very seriously. We don’t believe that translation is simply a matter of swapping words and phrases. Wolfestone Translation always aims to deliver the most cost-effective and efficient translation service. We know that cost is often the deciding factor when budgets are tight and difficult decisions have to be made when it comes to assigning work to a translation service provider. Hence the Wolfestone Price Promise for any translations.