We offer translation of all types of public sector communications in all world languages. Our translators live in the area where the translated documents will be used – which means the finished result will be clear, readable and use the right local vocabulary. Need the final translations to be typeset? We can do that, too.

For more information: Request a quote or call +353 (0)51 852510

  • Real value for money

Everyone wants to see public sector organisations get the best value for money. After all, we’re taxpayers too. But the best value for money doesn’t necessarily come from choosing a translation company that is 10% or 20% cheaper than the rest. If the translation isn’t right, it takes time to correct it. When considering true value for money, our clients know how to factor in the value of their own time.

When translating for public sector organisations, we’re usually translating for one of two very different audiences. You may have documents that are designed to be read by your international colleagues. Or you may have translations for your local communities. We assign translators and proofreaders who are sensitive to the different styles of translation needed for each. In both cases, we generally work with translators who live in the country or region where the translated documents will be used to ensure the translation is appropriately localised.

Ultimately, we take pride in our client relationships. You’ll find us response, attentive and quality focused. We can guarantee absolute confidentiality too. always be translated consistently within each document and from one project to the next.

  • Translation typesetting for an end-to-end service

If your material is already designed in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, or PowerPoint, our translation typesetting service can deliver the translation to you in the same format. This saves you time and ensures the final document is exactly what you need (and still fits the space!).

  • We translate...
  • Policy documents
  • Information packs
  • Memos and letters
  • Housing association leaflets
  • Tenancy agreements
  • Health brochures
  • Conference material
  • Press releases
  • Community communications
  • Posters and flyers
  • Websites