Language services are our business … but there’s more to life than just words. There’s also ice cream. Ice cream is of course known as the ‘universal language’ (or is it music, we can’t remember). To be safe a good practice is to always eat ice cream when listening to music (and vice versa). Last summer, in […]
About Ron McCoy
Ron McCoy is the director of Affinity Translation since 2007. He holds an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He welcomes all inquiries both language or business related.
Entries by Ron McCoy
Affinity Translation marks its 10 year anniversary in April this year. Little did we know in 2007 that in 10 short years we’d grow to be the world’s largest language services provider, with offices in a dozen US cities, and international locations around the world including Paris, Cairo, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, among others. Well … not […]
The ‘translation office near me’ is sometimes what people search for when in need of translation services. The way translation translation services are delivered today, the nearest translation office is as close as your computer. While we welcome the opportunity to meet with clients face-to-face, the nature of our business and today’s commercial environment means […]
Translation of InDesign files into virtually any language is not only possible, but routine for experienced linguists and document design specialists working together. Not convinced? View our 40 second video to remove all doubt.
For organizations that consider the application of translation and other language services as a sometimes “necessary evil” … here’s a word of caution. You may be losing ground to your competitors. Specifically you’re losing ground to competitors that see language as a potential strategic tool and advantage, as a means to achieving a leg up […]
For organizations seeking a sustainable competitive advantage or a way to effectively differentiate themselves in the marketplace, consider language! Our company’s business is to help make language a strategic advantage for businesses and professional organizations nationwide. For organizations interested in more effectively using language (including languages in addition to English) here are 3 questions to ask: 1) What are your […]