British Exporter, Today Translations Wins The ‘Make Europe Work!®’ Business Award

Today Translations winning COBCOE awards

COBCOE, the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe, has awarded Today Translations with one of its two new ‘Make Europe Work!®‘ business awards. The award for ‘Breakthrough Trade’ went to Today Translations for their success in helping British businesses to overcome language barriers and boost trade; their introduction of new secure services to protect language supply chains from fraud and cyber-crime; and their own stellar increase in sales within the EU market.

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Today Translations becomes first translation company to secure ISO data security certification

Today Translations ISO 27001 data security

London translation company and cultural consultancy firm Today Translations is proud to announce that  the trailblazing systems it has developed over the past seven years has empowered it to become the first specialised language firm to be granted ISO27001:2005 certification for its global systems – the international standard for information security assurance. Read more

Today Translations: proud supporters of the Ackroyd Trust

Sir Timothy Ackroyd

On May 22nd, Today Translations’ distinguished Advisory Board Member, Sir Timothy Ackroyd, will host the annual Ackroyd Trust fundraising event at London’s Royal College of Music.

The evening features a variety of musical and acting performances from both aspiring and renowned names within the arts. Last year was a truly spectacular occasion and featured special guest star Michael Gambon. Read more

Live Interpreting for CNN


Today Translations was employed by CNN this week to provide live simultaneous interpreting services for the Christine Amanpour programme.

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Why the role of SMEs is vital to this year’s Apprenticeship Week


It seems Government investment has paid off. This year’s Apprentice Week is making an unprecedented amount noise, with more than 1,000 events planned and 44 per cent of all UK businesses reportedly set to offer apprenticeship placements within the next five years.

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