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Translator Interview with Thomas Nielsen (Part Two)

Every month, we interview one of our translators and share their insights with you. Last month we published the first part one of our interview with highly experienced, electronics engineer turned English to Danish translator - Thomas Nielsen! In this part, Thomas, who lives in Denmark, talks to us about best practices for business and entrepreneurship.

Translation Pricing: Factors for Calculating Costs

You may be aware of the infamous Kentucky Fried Chicken fiasco in China. Their popular catchphrase “finger-lickin' good” was mistranslated into “we’ll eat your fingers off” in Mandarin! You can very well imagine what it could have cost the company’s business. It was a very close call, one which may have been avoided with a more credible translation source. Human translation services, however, have the reputation of being expensive. Pricing of translation services depends on a lot of factors, the main one being that the work is being done by humans and not by artificial intelligence.

ONLY $0.08 PER WORD!

Case Study - Financial Translations for Alpha Grid

Banking and finance are closely linked to the global economy, a subject area that connects people from the most remote corners the world. It is, therefore, necessary to have content available to readers in a language most comfortable to them. In this case study, find out how Translate By Humans provides top quality financial translation and localization services to Alpha Grid, a media company owned by The Financial Times.

The Festive Days of Diwali!

Happy Diwali! Today happens to be one of the most auspicious days for the world’s second most populated country – India! Diwali is known as the festival of lights. Homes, offices, and shops are illuminated a few days before Diwali using diyas which are small earthen containers that hold oil and a cotton wick, lit to drive away evil. Intricate patterns and designs are made using brightly colored sand along with seasonal flower petals. The night sky is always full of fireworks in celebration of the festival! Read the post to find out how Diwali is celebrated across India and the world!

Translator Interview with Thomas Nielsen (Part One)

Our monthly translator interview series continues! Today we have with us, Thomas Nielsen from Denmark who specializes in Danish translations and is a master of many others. Here's the first part of the interview where Thomas talks about himself, his family and journey from being an electronics engineer to becoming a full-time translator.

Translator Interview with Thomas Nielsen (Part Two)

Every month, we interview one of our translators and share their insights with you. Last month we published the first part one of our interview with highly experienced, electronics engineer turned English to Danish translator - Thomas Nielsen! In this part, Thomas, who lives in Denmark, talks to us about best practices for business and entrepreneurship.

Translation Pricing: Factors for Calculating Costs

You may be aware of the infamous Kentucky Fried Chicken fiasco in China. Their popular catchphrase “finger-lickin' good” was mistranslated into “we’ll eat your fingers off” in Mandarin! You can very well imagine what it could have cost the company’s business. It was a very close call, one which may have been avoided with a more credible translation source. Human translation services, however, have the reputation of being expensive. Pricing of translation services depends on a lot of factors, the main one being that the work is being done by humans and not by artificial intelligence.

ONLY $0.08 PER WORD!

Case Study - Financial Translations for Alpha Grid

Banking and finance are closely linked to the global economy, a subject area that connects people from the most remote corners the world. It is, therefore, necessary to have content available to readers in a language most comfortable to them. In this case study, find out how Translate By Humans provides top quality financial translation and localization services to Alpha Grid, a media company owned by The Financial Times.

The Festive Days of Diwali!

Happy Diwali! Today happens to be one of the most auspicious days for the world’s second most populated country – India! Diwali is known as the festival of lights. Homes, offices, and shops are illuminated a few days before Diwali using diyas which are small earthen containers that hold oil and a cotton wick, lit to drive away evil. Intricate patterns and designs are made using brightly colored sand along with seasonal flower petals. The night sky is always full of fireworks in celebration of the festival! Read the post to find out how Diwali is celebrated across India and the world!

Translator Interview with Thomas Nielsen (Part One)

Our monthly translator interview series continues! Today we have with us, Thomas Nielsen from Denmark who specializes in Danish translations and is a master of many others. Here's the first part of the interview where Thomas talks about himself, his family and journey from being an electronics engineer to becoming a full-time translator.