London; home to the Royal Family, Big Ben and over 800,000 businesses. Having one of the fifth largest economies in the world (said to be equal to that of Sweden,) it is no surprise that the city of London plays a major role on an international level.
Being named the most visited city and having the busiest city airport system in the world, with its six commercial airports, has highlighted the ever increasing need for translations in a city which, in 2013 alone, welcomed over 32 million tourists.
It is finance, though which is the capital’s largest industry and the district of Canary Warf is the financial place to be with many brokers, insurance companies and banks, including the global headquarters of HSBC and Barclays.
More Euros are traded in London everyday than in any other European city, proving London to be a not only a financial metropolis, but also an important city for the economy on a global scale.
As well as tourism and finance, many other sectors and industries blossom in London. The media is also a blooming industry thanks to the many publishing and editorial houses, the BBC and the headquarters of the global news service, Reuters.
We work with 3600 native speaking specialist translators world-wide, who translate into over 50 languages and have at least 5 years of translation experience.
Our translators work with the most up-to-date technology through the use of CAT-Tools (computer aided translation tools), translation memories and terminology banks to guarantee the highest quality translations whilst reducing costs by up to 70%.