New location for expanding localisation specialists

Partnertrans opens new Slough office

Interactive entertainment localisation agency Partnertrans has opened a new office in Slough, west of London.

Founder and CEO Markus Ludolf said: "This new location marks a significant step for Partnertrans. The proximity to our clients is a key factor for us so this was a high priority.

“The very nature of our business demands a highly diverse team of people to work together, so in a demographic sense London very much stands for what we do and how we do it. And with this new location we will be able to tap resources that we were previously unable to utilise.”

As well as having a flagship office in Germany and a new presence in the UK, the company is preparing to expand into other territories in the future.

Partnertrans, which was founded in 1998, supports clients across the globe, offering translation, voice recording, linguistic QA and language-specific content creation.

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