Her Majesty the Queen Honours Today Translations with the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade

  • Today Translations has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. 
  • The award recognises outstanding growth in overseas earning. In order to be eligible, a company must evidence a certain threshold of overseas trade, plus steep year-on-year growth over three years.
  •  Today Translations’ CEO & Founder Jurga Zilinskiene attributes the company’s success to an outward-looking mentality, an expert team, and a renewed value being placed on ethical business practices internationally.

We are delighted to share the news that our partner, Today Translations, a woman owned language services and consultancy company headquartered in the City of London, has won the U.K.’s most prestigious award for business – the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

Operating since 2001, Today Translations has seen significant growth in the last years, with over 40% of revenue now coming from overseas trade. This, at first steady and now rapid, growth and expansion has seen the company recognised by the Queen’s Awards in the International Trade category. At inception, Today Translations was a straightforward translation company, catering for the regular linguistic needs of legal firms and corporate entities.

As the company has matured, so its offering has expanded and diversified, along with the developing complexity of the international marketplace and the myriad ways in which language now intersects with business, compliance, and due diligence.

Today Translations is the first language service provider to earn ISO27001 certification for data security, and also boasts ISO9001 certification for its robust quality assurance processes. This, coupled with the company’s consistent investment into its people and the development of new assistive technologies, has seen Today Translations win plentiful high-profile international clients, and compete on the global stage with companies many times its size.

Speaking about the award, CEO Jurga Zilinskiene noted that the win is “testament to the expert work performed every day by our wonderful team. Their passion for what they do is second to none, and their investment in a project’s success at least equal to that of the client they are working with. I am confident that our success is due in major part to this whole-hearted commitment, and the relationships of trust and mutual collaboration it fosters. Ethical business is back in style, and we have found ourselves at the leading edge, by having always strived to occupy that space”.

Today Translations is a language services company with headquarters in the City of London, hubs in Sheffield and Lithuania, and staff in a number of other international locations. The company provides language consultancy and project management services to corporate clients on a global scale, handling everything from translation and conference interpreting to multilingual due diligence and translingual analysis.

For more information, please visit their website.

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