Translation Agency Skrivanek Opens New Branch in Austria
Prague — Skrivanek Group, the 35th largest language service provider in the world, opens its 17th branch abroad, in Vienna, Austria. Virtually free of trade barriers, Austria is centrally located to Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans.
"The Austrian business market is sophisticated," said the company's founder, Pavel Skrivanek. "We believe that our customized, high quality language services are needed and will be valued, at both the corporate and the consumer levels."
Skrivanek's experience opening new offices abroad since its inception in 1994 is extensive, but in every country there are unique challenges.
"While German is the official language in both countries, Austria is quite different from Germany," Pavel Skrivanek said. "The Austrian people have a different mentality, and their culture is unique. Therefore, business in Austria requires an individualized approach. Our new branch in Austria is essential for optimizing the services we offer our Austrian clients."
Skrivanek Group's twenty years of experience integrating new offices into foreign business cultures has prepared it well for expansion into Austria. A presence in this country with a steadily growing population of almost 8.5 million people will allow Skrivanek to establish its expertise in a location that will facilitate excellent regional networking.
Skrivanek has been delivering outstanding language solutions for two decades, confirming its position as a world leader in the translation industry. Skrivanek's network of 45 offices in 17 countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas enables the provision of quality translations and product localization services in over 100 languages. Supported by 3,000 linguists, 300 in-house native reviewers, expert teams of project managers, software engineers and DTP specialists, Skrivanek's cutting-edge technologies facilitate customer-driven solutions to meet even the most exacting requirements. Skrivanek's reputation is guaranteed by ISO 9001:2008 and EN 15038:2008 quality assurance certification and a clientele that includes global corporations such as Fortune 500 companies and the European Commission.