20th Anniversary: a Personal View

Erika Arvai, Project Manager

Erika Arvai, Project Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a very special month in a very special year for Linguamax. Our translation agency is celebrating its 20th anniversary! 20 years is a long time in human relationships, let alone in the cut and thrust world of small business, where 35% of all start-ups don’t live to see their second birthday. It’s an even greater achievement considering that over the past decade the availability of multi-lingual staff in many UK companies, especially in London, together with the wide use of Google translate have dramatically reduced demand for translation services. The only way to survive in such an environment is by constantly adjusting our services to meet the ever-changing demands of the market and by delivering translations of the highest quality.

Thanks to Grace’s tireless efforts, careful management, flexibility and open-minded approach, this small agency has now been on the global map for two decades and has grown into its adult years in the same way a human would, i.e. by entering the world of social media – Follow us on Twitter! Like us on Facebook! – and by providing insights into our ‘home life’ and adventures on blogs like this.

I’ve been lucky enough to be part of this dynamic business for more than half of its lifetime, initially as a free-lance translator and more recently as project manager. For me, working here after all these years feels more than just a job. When I re-joined as project manager after a year or so of absence, one of our long-standing translators greeted me with an e-mail saying ‘Welcome back to the family!’ He couldn’t have phrased it better – Linguamax does feel like my second family. And right now, it gives me the flexibility to look after my immediate family more easily, too, by allowing me to work part time.

Long live Linguamax! We wish you good health and many happy returns!

 

 

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