Rosetta Translation Christmas Gazette

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Rosetta Translation ends the year with the December edition of the Rosetta Gazette.

Rosetta Translation Ltd, a London-based translation services provider launched its monthly newsletter in August with the aim of taking language and current affairs related news into the wider business community. The newsletter, sent by email to selected clients, is an opportunity for the translation company to present relevant and interesting articles regarding events happening in UK and Europe and on an International scale.

Since the launch the newsletter has enjoyed a resounding success, with each edition resulting in higher reader figures. The marketing team at Rosetta are thrilled with the Rosetta Gazette’s success, and for the enthusiasm shown by the contributors. Manchandan Sumray, head of marketing and business development for Rosetta Translation in London says “with each edition of the Rosetta Gazette we have been able to fine tune our design, editorial focus and our writing skills. We feel that we are able to target our audience by choosing stories which are topical, interesting to read, and above all relevant to the subscribers we are sending them to.”

She continues by saying “each edition has a theme in terms of content; the contributors are then able to focus their piece on a story from the UK or elsewhere in the world. We have had very positive feedback from our first few editions and hope to build on this success in 2012 with every new edition.”

The Christmas edition was sent out on 12 December and looked at the current questions of ‘endangered’ languages, species and artefacts, with the headline article focused on the effects of austerity measures on minority languages. Some articles also provide a form of light-relief in the form of popular culture related articles or anecdotal humour.

“The newsletter certainly helps us to reach out to our clients and to give them an insight into our industry, which they may otherwise not have the chance to see. By giving them this chance our working relationships can only improve. The Rosetta Gazette is a source of information and entertainment, but what is clear from each newsletter (and neatly highlighted in the language related translation ‘blooper’ at the end of each edition) is that translation really should be left to the professionals!” concludes Miss Sumray.

For further information about Rosetta Translation and for past editions of the Rosetta Gazette please visit

About Rosetta Translation:
Rosetta Translation primarily provides language services for most world languages. Headquartered in London, the company provides translation, interpreting and transcription services to clients worldwide.

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