Who we are
Luke started WtW in 2008 to work with clients outside of his own language pairs. Orders soon started coming in from banks and freight companies (OK, Barclays and DHL!), and an increasing number of calls from London-based creative agencies to work on their retail campaigns.
Since those days we have worked with law firms, schools, construction and engineering firms, UKTI, Saatchi&Saatchi, and many more.
As we approach the 10 year mark, we now aim to grow our client base locally, to become known as the East Midlands translation firm.
Who we work with
We work closely with our network of association approved linguists, from the CIoL and the ITI primarily, who are selected for domain experience and native language. Luke himself has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists since 2009, and keeps an eye on changes in the industry every working day.
Our values and standards
We have simple, clear values
- An open, friendly working relationship
- Only native, full-time, professional translators
- Clear and style-matched translations
- Translations always delivered print-ready, with optional glossaries and translation memories
- World to Writers has held a £1m indemnity insurance policy since opening in 2008.
Which languages do you translate?
Hover over any of the languages in the sidebar to get an idea about the number of speakers around the world and the size of that language’s market.
If you don’t see the language you need on this list, get in touch and we’ll reach out to our professional network to help.
If you’d like to know more, or to meet us in person, give us a call on 01332 460747 and we’ll be happy to chat and meet up for a tea or coffee.
Or, for a same-day response: the contact form
Dutch | Swedish | Norwegian | Danish
Icelandic | Finnish | Russian | Portuguese
Vietnamese | Korean | Turkish | Estonian
Latvian | Serbo-Croatian | Czech | Polish
Greek | Arabic | Mandarin | Cantonese
Hindi | Bengali | Punjabi | Japanese
Javanese | Malay | Gujarati | Urdu
Tamil | Pashto | Sylheti | Thai
Persian | Zulu