Do You Know How to Grow Your Translation Business?

When I meet translation company owners I often hear them say, ”We are a small translation company”. There are so many of them who have great potential, are great leaders and have great teams. But still, they decide to stay small.

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How to Triple the Efficiency of Your Project Managers

A typical translation project has changed over the years. Now, it is usually small, rushed, cheap, has little context and needs many language combinations.

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Do you control the cash flow efficiently?

In the language industry it is not unusual for a translation agency to pay its providers before getting paid by the customer.

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7 steps to grow your translation business

Each industry has its specifics. But running a good business often comes down to following a narrow set of guidelines. Here are the 7 most important ones that are directly applicable to the management of a Translation Agency.

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How to Approach Translation Process Automation<br> for the First Time

More and more projects keep coming. The deadlines are tight and getting tighter. It seems that regardless of how much effort and time you put into your work, there is no way you can come out ahead.

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How to drop “minimum charges”, keep customers and profit

In the past, technical documentation used to be written like a book. The author tried to describe the product, its features, maintenance, repairs, etc. Each operating manual was slightly different.

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3 Ways of Dealing With the Translation Market Price Pressure

You completed a whole stack of projects and got through a mountain of work. But at the end of the day the financial results do not reflect your efforts.

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How to Get More Done With Less Effort

One of the main challenges we face is the influx of numerous small projects, which can hurt our bottom line. Every small request becomes a project in its own right.

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How to Win Customers With the Best Deadlines,<br/> Not the Lowest Rates

Is there any other way of winning a new client, other than by offering the lowest rates? I have spoken with dozens of translation company owners and I often ask them what their main current challenge is. Their answer comes back like a mantra, ”Price pressure!”.

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