Commercial TranslationsContracts, Business Plans, and International Communications
Communicating in a simple and immediate way with the perfect style.
Commercial Communication with the right style
Company communication is based on a deep knowledge of Company Policies
Translating company policies, codes of conduct, business plans, and financial statements requires a terminological accuracy that only a professional translator can offer.
The translator who, to well perform his/her duty, must search for information about the company and the idea that the latter wants to give of itself outside, so that to convey the company’s message correctly and completely.Furthermore, the translator must demonstrate to be humble by accepting and using any terminological solutions desired by the company, which sometimes are provided to him/her in the form of glossaries.
International Commercial Communication
Guidelines and internal rules to which a company adheres in performing its activity, which can involve human resource management, internal document management and therefore of internal processes, whether computerized or not.
Codes of conduct
Ethical Codes or Codes of conduct of employees and officers of a company, i.e. how the latter must behave in certain circumstances and the prohibitions that they have to comply with (e.g. the prohibition to accept and offer gifts to public officials for corruption purposes).
Financial statements and annual reports
The financial statement of a company is a document that the latter is required by law to prepare every year and to make it public for its shareholders and investors. Among the mandatory documents that a company must draw up or have drawn up there are also the Directors’ Report and the Auditors’ Report.
Extracts of the Chamber of Commerce Register and other certificates
The extracts of the Chamber of Commerce Register are those documents that attest the registration of a Company in the Company Register of the Country it belongs to. Another document to be filed with the Company Register is the certificate of incorporation of a company.
Texts, brochures, websites, depliants, press releases, and catalogues
Company policies, internal communications, and commercial correspondence
Contracts, Sworn Translations, Legalized Translations, EU Documents