Company news | 30.06.2014

New Office for Glasgow Team

Good news! Following a number of years’ continuous growth, we’ve relocated our Glasgow office to larger premises in the city centre. Based in the much sought-after West End district of the city, we are just a stone’s throw away from our previous office but with the added benefit of lots more space to accommodate our ever-growing team. We can now also offer our clients a dedicated meeting room in which we look forward to welcoming you.

Managing some of the company’s largest accounts, the Glasgow team is headed up by Quality Manager, Sam Bennett, alongside project management and sales staff. Now serving almost every sector, the team’s previous core business was offering support to companies in the manufacturing and oil and gas industries. More recently, the team has been managing a large number of projects relating to software localisation and subtitling/voiceovers for both new and existing customers, while there has been an upsurge in website localisation requests, for which The Translation People can offer solutions to work with different content management systems including Joomla, Magento, Sitecore and WordPress.

Sam Bennett, commented, “Our continued growth over the last few years meant we had outgrown our old office, so this move will really help us to develop our high service levels. With superb broadband speed that is essential for a business like ours, the office is an excellent space in which to build positive relationships with our clients.”

The Glasgow team (from left to right): Gilles, Claire, Sam, Sarah, Karen and Alexie.

 


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