Quality always trumps quantity in my book.
And quality translations take time, patience, skill and dedication. Because if you try and cut corners, the cracks are bound to show.
I specialise in market research, horticultural and retail translations. Keep reading to find out more.
Luxury watches, high-end fashion, electric vehicles, health supplements, pet food…
I have many years of experience with retail translations, and have helped many clients grow their international customer base.
My carefully crafted, localised content means I can help brands communicate with their customers and engage with their teams.
I have a particular research interest in the field of sustainable retail and helping brands find the words they need to communicate their vision.
Translating survey responses sometimes feels a little like detective work.
I might be sent a clinical trial survey full of acronyms and industry-specific terms, or interview responses riddled with colloquialisms and spelling mistakes.
Time spent living in France, Spain and Latin America teamed with my research and problem-solving skills have all been invaluable in helping me decipher all this accurately.
I regularly work with some of the UK’s leading translation agencies that specialise in providing medical and consumer market research for their end clients.
I also love working with universities - bringing their academic research to fruition.
I have extensive experience with both quantitative and qualitative market research translations.
Qualitative and quantitative research
B2C and brand research
Horticultural translations call for in-depth, specialist knowledge.
I’ve always been green-fingered, and spend as much time as I can in my garden. Over the years, this personal interest has become part of my profession.
I’ve done extensive research, reading and taken courses to make sure I can provide my clients in this sector with the highest quality translations.
Breeding and cultivation
Gardening and garden design
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