Hieroglifs Translations speaks Italian. A new registered office has been opened in Caserta in the south of Italy.
Online PR News – 10-June-2013 – Italy, Caserta – Hieroglifs Translations speaks Italian. A new registered office has been opened in Caserta in the south of Italy. The translation agency was established in 2005, with the aim of offering linguistic know how to companies all over Europe. This “internationalist spirit” inspired Hieroglifs Translations to open new branches: the first one was in Latvia, the second one in Bucharest, the third one opened in London in February 2013 and the final one in Caserta, Italy. This will reinforce the skills of the company in Italian language and culture. Indeed, the presence of Hieroglifs Translations provides a great opportunity for Italian companies to focus on the international market. With its important customer portfolio, Hieroglifs Translations can support Italian firms to find new opportunities in the rest of the world. Having a base in Italy will improve the knowledge of Italian across the whole of the company and will give the company a further linguistic dimension.
Hieroglifs Translations combines good profits with a good attitude to non profit activities. In 2012, for the second consecutive year, Hieroglifs Translations was awarded a certificate as the first translation company in terms of profits in Bucharest area, by Listafirme.ro. The site is an online data base which lists over 900,000 Romanian companies. Data included for each company is the most recent available and is collected from websites, publications, catalogues, the Official Gazette of Romania, the Registry of Commerce, the Ministry of Finance, the Portal of the Ministry of Justice, the Insolvency Bulletin and similar sources. With regards to its non profit activities, Hieroglifs Translations is involved in helping Romany people and disadvantaged children. One of the tools used to help them is practicing sports like basketball.