Locaria succeeds in ATC Awards 2020

Saturday December 12, 2020 - Posted by:

11 December 2020

As the incumbent Company of the Year, Locaria was proud to sponsor the category at this year’s ATC Awards, held virtually with an Edinburgh theme.

Locaria excelled again in other categories and was awarded the following recognitions:

  • Águeda Soriano Martínez: WINNER of the Project Manager of the Year Award
  • Nicola Pegoraro: COMMENDED in Innovator of the Year Award
  • Sarah Weiss: COMMENDED in Translator of the Year Award
  • Client team: COMMENDED in Project Management Team of the Year Award

The awards are held  by the association annually and recognises the finest in the language industry.

ENDS

ATC contact: Raisa McNab, CEO Association of Translation Companies, please contact Jason Simms 01787 221027/07753 433007 or pr@atc.org.uk

Locaria contact: Gunilla Huddleston, Marketing Director 020 3948 6800

The Association of Translation Companies

Representing the interests of translation companies for more than 40 years

As the language sector’s leading professional body, ATC prides itself on a forward-thinking stance dedicated to maintaining the highest possible industry standards while supporting its members to thrive and grow in the competitive global economy. 

From its beginnings as a small group of leading British translation companies in 1976, the ATC has grown to a membership of more than 150, expanding its horizons to become a worldwide association at the vanguard of the industry. The Association’s activities are guided by its council and elected officers and its stated objectives.

ATC is also a founding member of the European Union of Association of Translation Companies – a pan European grouping of translation company associations.

One of the oldest translation associations in the world, ATC has been involved in significant changes in the sector and continues to provide leading advice and support including working with legislators about matters affecting the industry.

It has been at the forefront of the development of the worldwide ISO standard, for the provision of language services, and actively promotes ISO standard adoption throughout the profession.

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