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translating manuals

Everything you need to know about translating manuals

Technical translation, along with a medical translation, is by far one of the most complex aspects of a translator’s job. Manual translation is a perfect example of such technical material that requires attention to detail, accuracy, and industry knowledge. In this article, we are going to talk about translating manuals. What do you need to…
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polish e-commerce habits

Polish online and e-commerce habits

Whether you’re already operating in Europe or are just thinking about entering the European market, you should consider Poland. And we’re not saying that just because we live and work here! In fact, Poland is a developed market with tremendous potential, especially concerning online and e-commerce activities. If you run an online store or any…
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Translation trends 2021

Translation trends for 2021 and beyond

The year 2021 has just started: we’re living in a new pandemic context and COVID-19 has totally changed the way we live and work. It’s a good moment to think about the future – and about what that might look like for the translation industry. What are some of the common trends currently  shaping the…
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myths about translation

Myths about translation

Our clients frequently ask us about various aspects of translation work. Over the years, many misunderstandings have accumulated around this service. Some people are even predicting the inevitable demise of language service providers (LSPs). After all, there’s Google Translate, and that’s all you need, isn’t it? But are things really that simple? In this article,…
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Marketing translation: from websites to slogans

Translation of marketing texts is probably one of the most commonly ordered language services. This is because there are so many different types of marketing texts and materials: that need translating, from websites and catalogues through product descriptions and online ads to slogans, claims and brand names. It’s not only a common service; it’s also…
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IT translations

IT translation: it’s not just from English!

Many people think that English is one of just a few languages in use in the IT industry. And yes, to some extent, that’s true: English is prevalent in the IT world. But our translation work for the IT industry goes far beyond English to Polish translations. After all, games and apps are available in…
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Technical translation: experience required!

Technical translation is an extensive sector within the translation industry and also one of the most demanding and challenging. If you need a high-quality translation, working with an experienced translation agency is your best option. Look for a company that has proven expertise in your industry or niche. Choosing one that has previously undertaken work…
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medical translations

Medical translation: an incredibly important and challenging specialism

At Aploq Translations, we provide all kinds of translation services, including medical translation. Today, we want to take a closer look at this. Translating any type of medical and pharmaceutical text is considered extremely difficult – and with good reason: it requires not only an excellent command of both languages (source and target), but also…
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business cooperation between Poland and Switzerland

Business links between Poland and Switzerland

At the end of 2018, Switzerland was ranked 22nd in the list of Poland’s trade partners in exports. Although the Swiss economy is well developed, it’s based primarily on the insurance and banking sector. Nevertheless, economic relations between Poland and Switzerland look very optimistic today. Switzerland is one of the wealthiest and most developed countries…
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Business links between Poland and the Scandinavian countries

Today, we want to tackle not one but three countries that cooperate with Poland: Norway, Sweden and Denmark – the major Scandinavian countries*. Naturally, the economic cooperation that Poland enjoys with these countries is on a much more modest scale than, for instance, with Germany or the United States. That’s mainly because these markets are…
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