Managing Translation Services (Topics in Translation)

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He has taught translation at the University of Surrey and has given papers at national and international conferences.


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He developed from working as a freelance to managing a significant translation company. His career as a translator has turned full circle and, after selling his translation company, he returned to the creativity of working as a freelance again.


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While the art of translation demands many skills, the author continued his personal development and completed a Master of Business Administration degree in Strategic Management, International Enterprise and a management research project entitled "Skills Auditing in Small to Medium-sized Enterprises". Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown is a translator, writer and business adviser with close on 30 years experience in translation and documentation.

His translation career started when working as a technical editor at the Volvo Car Corporation in Gothenburg.


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On returning to England after ten years in Sweden he was responsible as a senior project engineer for technical publications at a research association. He later went freelance, founded Aardvark Translation Services Limited and was its Chairman and Managing Director for many years until he sold the company. A comparative evaluation of bilingual concordancers and translation memory systems.

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A Wiki-based environment for helping online volunteer translators. Standardising the management and the representation of multilingual data: Does it constitute a special subarea, and on what basis would such a subarea be established? Are there any features that may be taken to distinguish "technical" or "business" translations from translations of other kinds, and what would a "normal" business translation be like?

We are immediately reminded of the many discussions of "literary translation" where no basis for any formal distinction has been provided thus far Toury Or would it be sufficient to accept that "business translation" refers to cases where a translation is commissioned by someone who is willing to pay for it? Would the translation of a literary work commissioned by a publishing house not belong in the same category, then, and would there be many translations in today's world outside of the business context?