Translate selected pages from technical textile company website from English into Italian.
Translation must be carried out by native Italian speaker who is fluent in English and has experience of similar technical translation work.
Computer generated translation will not be accepted.
The project is to translate 10 web pages comprising a total of 6000 words (+/- 10%), including keywords, meta descriptions and alt text for images.
Keywords, meta descriptions and alt text must be translated in the same context as used in the corresponding web page.
Translated text must be returned as a MS Word file (.doc or .docx) in a format that will be provided upon acceptance of this project.
Company will retain full copyright and all other rights in original and translated text.
Translation will be proof-read by an independent native Italian speaker.
A maximum of 10 days will be allowed for completion of the project.
Payment terms are 15 days from acceptance of proof-read translation. We anticipate proof-reading will
take 10 days from receipt of translation.
Please include the phrase “Rwy’n dynol” in your bid so that we know it is not an automated bid.
If this project is successfully completed and the quality against cost is acceptable, we may consider translating further web pages and retaining the successful bidder for future updates.
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“Rwy’n dynol” I am native Italian speaker with extensive experience in translating websites into Italian. Please check my PM. Regards, [url removed, login to view]
Rwy’n dynol I'm an native Italian speaker. I can translate it if you want. I attach my curriculum if you need more information. Please, check your PM
Italian mother tongue. 4+ years experience in technical translation and localization. Master of arts in Technical-Scientific Translation. Please check my PM. Regards. “Rwy’n dynol”