How Our World Would End If Translation Disappeared!

August 13, 2017by Nehal Amer0
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Imagine going to your local doctor, bank or supermarket and discovering that you are unable to communicate with the people there as you did not understand their language and vice versa.  How would you tell the doctor what was wrong or explain to the bank clerk that you would like to open an account?

Everyday we take for granted the fact that, should we find ourselves in a foreign country where we do not speak the language, a translation will be provided for us.  This is the case whether it’s on a menu or on the health and safety information in a hotel.  In many instances, these basic pieces of information have been translated into your language by a professional translator to ensure that you know what the soup of the day is or, how to exit the building in an emergency.  

One world, a world of languages

Every second of everyday, countries around the globe are doing business together.  This is business which often involves complex contracts and huge amounts of money and, often involves two or more parties who do not speak the same language.

American International Inc, the leading insurance provider, has offices in 90 countries worldwide and is still growing.  In order for a company of that magnitude to thrive, communication is vital.  Not only is great translation necessary but, due to the different operating time-zones, flexibility is key.  This brings the need for a translation agency who is not just reliable but also capable of running a 24 hour service worldwide.  

Many of us simply take translation for granted – even social media sites such as Facebook offer a large number of translation services.  – However, the above examples are just a small indication of the way our personal and professional worlds would shrink without the benefit of reliable translation services.  Without effective communication between countries, a business relationship would be impossible and foreign travel would be not just difficult but dangerous.  Travellers would have no way of understanding the local laws, traffic rules, allergy information or hazardous areas to avoid.

Future Trans Translates To Quality

At Future Trans we not only translate from language to language but we ensure that the translator is a native of the language in order to make sure that they are aware of any regional variations in the language as well as any slang terms and phrases.   This means that your company is accurately represented in every country that you reach out to, bringing business – and the world together.

Nehal Amer

Marketing Executive @FutureTrans