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EUROTRANSLATE Joins GALA

EUROTRANSLATE d.o.o.


Monday, 13 May, 2013

EUROTRANSLATE, a translation and localization company with offices in Belgrade, Serbia, has joined the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA), an international non-profit association that provides member companies access to a broad spectrum of educational resources, tools and partners to improve their business. 

 

GALA member companies are vendors and buyers of language services and technologies who deploy sophisticated multilingual strategies and proven tools to take content and products to markets around the world. Founded in 2002 by 15 companies, GALA’s membership currently includes over 320 companies from 50 countries.

 

“We are very happy and honored to be a member of such a prestigious association as GALA. It certainly is a great benefit for a growing company like ourselves, in the sense of gaining experience for colleagues from the same industry worldwide”. said Tina Žučko, the owner and Director of Eurotranslate about the new membership.

 

About GALA

The Globalization and Localization Association is the largest global non-profit association within the language industry, providing resources, education and research for companies working with translation services, language technology and content localization. GALA member companies are vendors and buyers of language services and technologies. They deploy sophisticated multilingual strategies and proven tools to take content and products to markets around the world.  For more information about GALA visit www.gala-global.org.

 

About MEMBER COMPANY

EUROTRANSLATE was founded in 2006, introducing completely new working methods, QA measures and modern technology. It specializes in the languages of the former Yugoslav republics, Balkans and East European languages, in combination with almost all worldwide languages. Due to its well-built and vast network of translators all over the world, the company is always able to meet even the most demanding requirements of its clients.

 

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