Speaking In Tongues

Next Step

  • The American Translators Association provides accreditation and professional liability insurance for translators. It also holds an annual conference and publishes The ATA Chronicle. Contact the association at 1800 Diagonal Rd., #220, Alexandria, VA, 22314-2840 or (703) 683-6100.
  • Because the World is Not Global is a brochure on language interpretation and translation issues from Cleveland-based Haselow Marketing Communications. Order it at http://www.haselow.com/2 by clicking on "International Marketing Tips."
  • Sponsored by San Mateo, California-based Language Automation Inc., The Translator's Home Companion (a href=http://www.lai.com/companion.html>http://www.lai.com/companion.html) is a Web page that contains various links and resources for translators and interpreters.

Contact Sources

American Translators Association,http://www.atanet.org

Crimson Language Services Inc., 258 Harvard St., #305, Brookline, MA 02146, (800) 798-9673

European Translation Services, (888) 358-8899, fax: (216) 371-2802

Intex Translations, fax: (888) 275-9572, http://www.thetranslationagency.com

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This article was originally published in the October 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Speaking In Tongues.

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