June 7, 2006 – Trusted Translations, the leading Spanish localization company, sponsored the opening lunch on the first day of conferences at the Localization World Barcelona 2006 conference marking the launch of its B2B localization division and the initiation of its presence in the European market.
Trusted Translations is the leading Spanish translation agency for US companies that require high-quality translations for the US Hispanic and Latin American markets. The sponsorship at the Localization World Barcelona 2006 conference marked Trusted Translations‘ launch of its division to serve and partner with other translation agencies in Europe.
Trusted Translations‘ main areas of industry expertise in English – Spanish translations are: advertising, aerospace, automotive, business, chemical, contracts, defense, e-learning, education, entertainment, energy, financial, government, immigration, globalization, legal, litigation, localization, manufacturing, marketing, media, medical, patents, religion, retail, software, technical, telecommunications, user manuals and websites.
Localization World is focused on the language and localization industry and is one of the most important conferences in the industry. Localization World is made up of those responsible for facilitating the communication across the globalized world economy’s boundaries of language and culture. International product and marketing managers from all areas of language expertise and from all nations attend Localization World’s conferences to interact and network with their counterparts. Industry experts are invited to speak and share their knowledge.
“Trusted Translations‘ strong presence at Localization World Barcelona 2006 was prompted for two reasons: first, we have launched our B2B department dedicated exclusively to serve agencies and publishing companies that offer translation services to the European market and second, initiate our high quality English / Spanish translation services for the European market,” noted Richard Estevez, CEO of Trusted Translations.