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Meet our new translation intern Johanna

Last week we welcomed Johanna Horster as our new intern to the AJT team, who will be joining us over the winter. Originally from Würzburg, Germany, Johanna passed the state exams at the Academy for Translation Studies Würzburg in July. Next year, she will graduate from the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg with a Bachelor’s


Meet our new German project manager Esteban

This week, we are welcoming Esteban Hack as project manager to our AJT team, who will be looking after our translation projects to and  from English to German, as well as Italian, Spanish and Dutch. Originally from Germany, Esteban has lived extensively in France, USA and UK, and speaks fluent German and English and has a good working knowledge of


Welcoming Vincente, our new French translator

It is our pleasure to introduce the lovely Vincente, our new French translator who joined our growing team last week. Hailing from Orléans, France, Vincente is a bit of a globetrotter, having lived in Denmark and Belgium and also Dundee, Scotland. She is now really excited to get to know the south west of England and further


What to expect from a translation internship at AJT

When it comes to internships, one can’t help but think of “important” tasks such as making photocopies, brewing coffee or doing the grocery shopping for your manager’s in-laws (speaking from experience there…). Unfortunately this stereotype is true for some internships – but luckily it’s far from the truth for a translation internship at AJT! Here’s


What makes an excellent freelance translator? 5 traits that translation agencies look for

Starting out as a freelance translator can be tough. It’s hard enough trying to land your first translation job without much experience (everyone wants experienced translators but how can you get experience in the first place?). And once you HAVE got that first translation project, how do you retain that customer so they turn into


Introducing our new German translator

We’re so pleased to introduce you to our new German translator, Daniel Wagener. Originally from multilingual Luxembourg, Daniel developed a natural interest for all things language from a young age. With his first class BA in German Studies from the University of Luxembourg and subsequent MA in Professional Translation from Swansea University, he is well equipped