The average rate of Russian Translation Services, based on a translator working 6 hours a day, is 10 USD per one page. Russian Translation Services at low prices – this is our main advantage!
29 August, 2017
The growing Russian market is becoming very attractive for worldwide business and international companies. In an age of increasing globalization, many of these companies have done their best to carve out a proper niche on the Russian market, but a number of them fail to find ways to launch their business, while others underestimate the complications they can encounter in Russia.
26 April, 2017
Our tips for context advertising, marketing and promotion of translation services will be valuable for translation companies, beginners in the advertising market, as well as old-timers.
14 March, 2017
Years of experience in translation service marketing allows us to create several unique features of the market. One of them is poor customer awareness.
15 February, 2017
В тот момент, когда я пишу данную заметку, в России существует запрет на импорт целого списка продуктов и товаров. Еще больше на товарооборот повлияли не административные ограничения, а существенная переоценка стоимости рубля относительно мировых валют. Я посчитал, что читателям нашей колонки "Новости перевода" будет интересно узнать несколько фактов о влиянии эмбарго и санкций на работу переводчиков в России.
03 Октября, 2016
While writing this article, there is import ban of a list of products and goods in Russia. And considerable reassessment of rouble cost relatively the world currencies impacted upon the turnover more than the administrative restrictions. I guessed that Readers of our column ‘Translation News’ would be curious to learn some facts concerning the way the embargo and sanction affect translators’ work in Russia.
03 October, 2016
The Flarus Translation Agency has been cooperated with the largest Russian and foreign food processing companies for many years.
24 February, 2014
Our experience shows that in the majority of Moscow translation agencies as much as 80% of manpower regenerates over a 2-years period.
29 July, 2010