Prices

My rates are calculated in Pounds Sterling, Euros or US Dollars per word of the source language. Prices depend on type of text and level of difficulty.

I am happy to submit a quote. Please send me an email with an attached document or some sample pages, also stating the required deadlines.

Areas of Expertise

  • Marketing
  • Market Research
  • Business
  • Economics
  • International Relations
  • Politics
  • Human Rights
  • Social Movements
  • Journalism

Types of text

  • Product brochures
  • Product descriptions
  • Promotional literature
  • Press releases
  • Marketing & Employee surveys and questionnaires
  • Presentations
  • Websites
  • E-commerce
  • Journalistic reports & texts
  • Correspondence (emails, letters, etc.)
  • CVs

Translation projects

The following gives an example of the work I have accomplished so far. I am happy to broaden my horizon and learn new skills.

  • Market research studies on consumer electronics products, robotic cleaners, smartphones, IT products, brand studies, new product concepts, tourism
  • Product descriptions, user manuals, recipes, press releases
  • Websites (OEM car parts, security label manufacturer, online backup services, retail software solutions, sports software etc.)
  • Texts on economic democracy, political economy
  • Translating & asking interview questions for feature documentary on the history of atomic power
  • Social media project on luxury hotel company
  • Transcriptions of market research interviews

I am an active user of social media such as Facebook and Twitter as well as blog platforms such as WordPress or Weebly. As a socially engaged translator-activist I have translated many articles on political, social and human rights themes and I currently contribute to the German watchdog Coalition against Bayer Dangers on a voluntary basis.

Here is a selection of articles I have translated as a cyber activist:

When there is talk of 1945 by Ryszard Kapuscinski

Lumumba: An Assassination’s Long Shadow by Adam Hochschild

The war on Africa’s family farmers by Joan Baxter

On seeds: Controlling the first link in the food-chain by Nidhi Tandon

Reflections on Politics and Academia: An Interview with Michael Parenti by Carl Boggs

Food safety in the EU-US trade agreement: going outside the box by GRAIN

Ebola crisis: three things Band Aid should really be singing about by Nick Dearden

Afterthoughts on Piketty’s Capital by David Harvey