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thebigword, the world top-12 language services company, has given its backing to new online training courses for Public Service Interpreters developed by Leeds Metropolitan University and the International School of Linguists, a training and testing partner of thebigword.
thebigword, the world top-12 translation and interpreting company, has appointed Sukumar Munshi as Managing Director for Europe as part of the strengthening of thebigword’s management team supporting the company’s meteoric growth.
Sukumar joins thebigword from Across Systems GmbH, where he was leading Strategy and Business Development. He will work from thebigword’s …
thebigword, the world top-12 translation and interpreting company, has announced 92 new jobs – both permanent and temporary – at its Leeds HQ after securing new business worth £12 million.
A UK businessman, whose company has been named as one of the best-performing businesses through the recession, has called for the coalition to reduce taxes on companies and working people during the second half of its term.
The National Health Service Shared Business Service Commercial Procurement Solutions (NHS SBS CPS), which provides strategic procurement services for NHS Trusts has appointed thebigword, as sole supplier under Lot 6 Managed Services for its new Interpretation and Translation Framework.
Research has shown that people at work that take smoking breaks are likely to be less stressed – so one company has sought to redress the balance by offering non-smokers ‘Sweet Moments’ as an alternative.
thebigword, the world top-20 interpreting and translation company, has added a new technology offering to support its work with the National Health Service, Probation Trusts across the UK, and the Ministry of Defence.
A new linguist booking system that will provide on-demand national coverage of qualified interpreters has been launched with the backing of thebigword, the world top-20 language services company.
In any given month, thebigword helps deliver babies, save lives, fight crime and protect borders. As a result, the world top-20 language services company is poised to double its public sector interpreting and translation revenue this year on the back of business wins in the UK and United States.
The London Procurement Programme (LPP) has announced that it has appointed thebigword as the preferred supplier for the provision of Face to Face interpreters to 12 London NHS Trusts and purchasing consortia.