Fylde language firm's eastern promise

Language Insights' HQ at Kirkham
Language Insights' HQ at Kirkham

After successfully branching out into New York, a Lancashire language and translation specialist is now eyeing a move into the Orient.

Language Insight, said today it was aiming to build on “an extremely successful 12 months” after establishing a new HQ in Kirkham, opening an office in New York and receiving the internationally-recognised ISO 27001 accreditation for its information security management systems.

It said it is now poised to launch a new website and was eyeing an office in China.

Demand, it said, had increased for its various language services as the company has made its name as a leading language service providers both in the UK and around the world.

A growing portfolio of global clients prompted the move to larger headquarters in as well as the opening of a new office in New York to better serve US clients. This move and expansion has created many new jobs for those wishing to begin and grow a career in languages locally.

Managing director Donna Twose said: “Our new website with a fresh new look will enable Language Insight to best reflect who we are and what makes us stand out from the crowd.

“As our brand and website evolves, so do we, with continuous improvement processes around quality management and information security working in partnership with our clients.”

She said as the company approached its 10th birthday next year, there were big plans to continue growth and a new office in China was being considered, to enable Language Insight to offer services in all major time zones and to reassure clients that its project management and quality assurance services were available around the clock.

It provides services in a variety of sectors, including healthcare and pharmaceutical, manufacturing, finance, insurance, legal and research.

Donna added: “The new website represents exciting times ahead as we experience a rapid surge in demand for translation services around the globe.” She added that the new visual format means the site is easier to use and navigate.

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