Business School for Translators
Feel invited if you are a…
Freelancer in the translation business (to make their lives easier and clients happier)
Project Manager (to get tips on how to perform better)
Agency owner (to find ideas on marketing and business development)
In-house translator (to get tempted to go freelance)
Translation student (to find motivation)
Newcomer to the profession (to organise their startup ideas)
Someone who wants to do business and earn more money
What is it about?
How does it work?
Lessons: Business School content delivered in delicious and manageable chunks. Subscribe to get fresh strawberries delivered to your inbox.
Business Tip of the Day: tips and ideas through the School’s facebook fan page
Tweet feed: Follow @mstelmaszak for a neverending stream of news, info and tips on translation and doing business
Online mentions and articles
The 5 best practices of top translation agencies…and 5 worst: my guest post with Lingo24′s blog.
Response to “We Want a Discount”: my satire published by Translation Directory.
Weird Opinions on Translators and How to Educate the Public: my article “reprinted” in APTI with gorgeous pictures!
¿Por qué los traductores freelance deberían cobrar más?: one of my articles translated into Spanish by Jimena Licitra. Thanks!
Versatile Blogger Award: Thanks to Marta, Liudmila, and Rebekka!
Weekly Favorites: WantWords mentioned in LinguaGreca’s blog!
That Old Freelance Magic: WantWords supposedly raised hackles, as commented on by The Interpreter Diaries.
CVs and Cover Letters that Work: my webinar with eCPD webinars, it’s still available as a recording.
Writing e-mails to translation agencies: you can also find me guest posting for Websites for Translators
Main ideas of my e-book were summarised and presented in French by Gaëlle Gagné, a French-English translator on her blog, enjoy!
Blogs de Tradução: WantWords is recommended here!
Have you found WantWords mentioned somewhere? Please do mention it to me!
My e-book on writing CVs attracts many freelancers, and considering their testimonials it must be something worth reading! It’s free to download, so please do use it and share! I’d appreciate if you could drop me an e-mail with your comments. A bunch of comments from Linkedin:
Hi Marta, I just loved your ebook on how to upgrade your CV so as to make it more attractive for translation agencies/companies. Great stuff.Margareth
Thanks Marta for a very useful and straightforward presentation. I would be happy to get your feedback on my CV whenever you have time to look at itColine
I have downloaded your e book and am in thew process of reviewing it. I can already see some items on my present CV that need to be revised.
Thanks so much!
Thanks, Marta. I found your ebook very interesting, thorough and informative and above all, as Theo mentioned, very easy to read.Jessie