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TTC’s Managing Director wins top award for outstanding contribution to the industry
We’re very happy to announce that our Managing Director, Levent Yildizgoren, won an award in the “Outstanding Contribution to the Industry” category at the Language Industry Summit Awards on Thursday evening.
The awards ceremony was held at the ATC Conference, from 24-25th September 2015, and all the key players from the global language industry were in attendance. The idea behind the awards is to recognise and celebrate excellence in the profession.
Levent has been working in the translation industry and running TTC wetranslate for over 20 years, and has overseen the growth of the company from a single language vendor, to a company which offers over 100 languages.
He has always sought to innovate, and find new ways to please customers and grow the business, and while doing so has looked further than the business side of things, and forged close links with the University of Essex, Anglia Ruskin University and Hacettepe University in Ankara.
Two years ago, Levent initiated the annual “Translation Challenge”, in which over 130 students from the University of Essex have the chance to translate for a real client, and gain valuable experience in the industry.
Every year we work with new interns from universities across Europe, with the aim of raising new talent for the translation industry, and giving translation students experience in helping with live projects.
Helping grow the industry by galvanising exciting new talent, and growing TTC into a key translation agency, is no easy task, and we’re very proud of Levent for being recognised for his efforts.
TTC Team comes runner up in 2015 translation industry awards
We’re very happy to announce that the TTC Team came runner up in the “Project Management Team of the Year” category at the Language Industry Summit Awards on Thursday evening.
The awards ceremony was held at the ATC Conference from 24-25th September 2015, and all the key players from the global language industry were in attendance. The idea behind the awards is to recognise and celebrate excellence in the profession.
The team is widely recognised for their outstanding customer service, innovative and creative solutions, and friendly natures.
TTC Team wins 2015 Race4Business Award 3rd year in a row
With great enthusiasm, the TTC Team took part in the Race4Business yesterday evening organised by Birketts llp in Chelmsford, Essex. The event has been held annually in Chelmsford since 1998 and has raised nearly £500k for good causes. This year’s event raised funds for Age UK Essex, a charity which supports older residents.
TTC wins best dressed team at 2014 Race4Business
The TTC team has received the best dressed team award at the annual Race4Business dressed as where is Wally which has taken place on 26 June 2014 in Chelmsford, Essex. This year’s event helped to raise money for Havens Hospices. There were more than 1,200 participants
TTC win “Best Dressed Team” in 2013 Race for Business
TTC are extremely proud to have been a part of this years Race4Business, just as we have been for the past 10 years! This year, TTC tried something different. They added a superhero theme and dressed up in super outfits to compliment a super cause! As a result of their efforts, they won the “Best Dressed Team” award – which consisted of a wonderful looking trophy and a bottle of Moet champagne.
TTC wins 2013 business excellence award
TTC wetranslate (previously TTC Language Services) has won an Essex Business Excellence Award in the Enterprising Business Category for large companies; this win is a testament to the high-quality global services that TTC has been providing since their formation in 1992.
TTC have received certificate from Translators Without Borders!
Translators Without Borders (TWB) are a non-profit organization who facilitates the transfer of knowledge from one language to another by creating and managing a community of NGOs who need translations and professional, vetted translators who volunteer their time to help.