Lesson 29: Don’t even start a translation business without a logo

I love words, same as you. I was never particularly gifted when comes to drawing or painting, or designing. I’d rather write a short novel than express the same concept visually! I think we all have that in common. However, we just can’t do without logos anymore. It’s business time, even for translators. And logos make us be recognised, remembered,…

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Lesson 28: Translation events all of us should attend

Even though I don't particularly enjoy the tube, crowded buses, and long queues, I must admit that living in London has huge advantages for active professionals. In my opinion, this year is filled with interesting and helpful translation events, and I'm trying to squeeze in as many of them as possible. I do recommend attending various kinds of events to…

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Lesson 27: Taking care of a translating brain

Most of the time I work on shorter and easier to digest projects. I like this mode of work: it's more dynamic, less boring and equally rewarding. I can translate for some time and spend the rest of it perfecting my work, polishing the surface and rounding up the edges. But larger projects do come in, and keep me engaged…

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