The Translation People – Manchester Office

The Translation People provides high quality translation services to different sectors, from healthcare, chemical and software through to engineering, financial and retail, covering a wide variety of content types. We offer a wide variety of services, including website translation, software localisation, transcreation and subtitling and voiceovers for video translation.

We are trusted by leading companies across the world to provide high quality translation services to support their international operations. Our team of expert translators will ensure that your documents are translated accurately so that you can communicate effectively with contacts all over the world. Whether your multilingual project involves marketing material, manuals, reports, software or digital content, our experienced team will select the most appropriate expert linguist for the project and ensure on-time and on-budget delivery. We use specialist translation technology in order to ensure lower prices, more streamlined processes and improved consistency.

The Translation People’s Manchester office is perfectly situated to serve the wide variety of business clients hailing from the North of England. Located on a business park 5 miles to the south of the city centre with excellent links to the motorway network, it is within walking distance of Cheadle Hulme’s bars, restaurants and parks, and the ideal location for the Translation People to consolidate its presence in the North of England.

For more information on our services, please call 0161 482 8228 or email;

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If you find yourself in Manchester, feel free to pop in for a cup of tea and a guaranteed warm northern welcome.

Once the hub of the Industrial Revolution during the 18th and 19th Centuries; Manchester has recently seen a boom in the number of design and marketing agencies, as well as thriving green energy and aerospace industries. Furthermore, following many London based companies’ decision to move their operations up the M6, the BBC has also transferred a number of operations to join an already bustling media scene.

In addition to a transformation in the city’s industrial make up, the aesthetic aspect of Manchester itself has also undergone massive change, not least because a section of the city had to be rebuilt following an IRA bomb in 1996. A host of new exclusive shops, restaurants and bars sprang from the ashes in the city centre, marking a change from the city’s grey and industrial image, while the new Lowry arts centre pays tribute to one of the city’s best known artists and is situated within the commercial hub that is Salford Quays. The latest addition to the Manchester skyline is the stunning 47 storey Hilton – the highest residential accommodation in Western Europe – where the top storey bar offers fantastic views over the city centre and beyond.

Manchester has also long been associated with musical and sporting success: the City has produced a number of different popular artists who have shaped the popular music of today, while the classical side of things is catered for by the Hallé orchestra, the fourth oldest extant symphony orchestra in the world. In sporting terms, as well as hosting the Commonwealth games in 2002, Manchester is one of the spiritual homes of football in England, as it boasts two extremely successful, well supported and long standing football clubs in Man United and Man City, with a host of other clubs from the surrounding areas populating the Premier League.

Mancunians have long seen their home as England’s second city and polls, including one by the BBC in 2007 would seem to confirm this, although no official status exists. One thing is for sure though, in terms of innovation throughout history, Manchester is certainly one of the leading lights.

Of course The Translation People’s office in Manchester doesn’t only serve clients from Manchester, but Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and all the other cities in the North of the country, each with their own proud industrial, musical and footballing history.

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