Year: 2014

The Amazing Brains of Real-Time Interpreters

This article from BBC explores the great feat that is simultaneous interpreting and the incredible minds of those real-time interpreters. Read the Full Article.

Oops! Right Word, Wrong Language!

Asda, a British-based supermarket chain, mistakenly used Scottish Gaelic for their parking signs at a store in Wales. The problem? Scottish Gaelic is spoken in Scotland. They should have been using Welsh! Thankfully, a shopper spotted the mistake, and Asda is correcting it! Read The Full Article

Choice Translating Recognized as One of the Charlotte Region's "Best Places to Work"

Every year, the Charlotte Business Journal releases its "Best Places to Work" list for the Charlotte region. And Choice Translating is on that list! That's right! Choice Translating has been recognized as having benefits, policies, and practices in place that are among the area's best, with…

We Are a ROWE™ Certified Organization

Choice Translating is a ROWE™ Certified Organization. As a ROWE™ Certified Organization, we adhere to the following ROWE™ standards: Every meeting is optional. Being accountable for delivering results is not. People are where they need to be, when they need to be there based on agreed-upon…

San Antonio Spurs Use Language Barriers to Their Advantage

Read about how the San Antonio Spurs use language barriers to their advantage in "The United Nations of the Hardwood," an article by The New York Times. Read Full Article

Obamacare's Poor Spanish Translation is Hurting the Health Law

Obamacare's website woes weren't limited to the federal English-language As the Associated Press pointed out, they also extended to its Spanish-language sister site—a website the administration launched last month to reach out to Hispanics but one that apparently…