Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) August 24, 2014
Minnesota Translations recently launched its new translation and interpretation services website, http://www.minnesotatranslations.com. This site includes expanded information about the variety of services, including corporate translations, personal document translations and interpreting services, for those working in the medical, legal and nursing care fields. It also offers detailed information on its blog and a convenient quote request form.
“Our clients have been clamoring for a new, easy-to-use website that provides greater insight into what we do and how we do it,” says president Slavey Tolev. “We hope this website delivers on that, while also helping our clients gain a better understanding of how translation services can grow their businesses.”
As noted on its website, Minnesota Translations offers services in over 50 languages and dialects. The company boasts the ability to provide quality translations in a fast and accurate manner. Clients can get detailed information about the company’s approach to client service, its niche industries, and its varied services on its new website.
Since 2001, Minnesota Translations has been offering interpreting and translations services to businesses and individuals in Minnesota and throughout the region. Founded by former FindLaw employees, Minnesota Translations started out as a small translations business focused on serving law firms. While that focus remains, the company is now available to assist clients in a range of industries with all their translation and interpreting needs.
About Minnesota Translations
Minnesota Translations (http://www.minnesotatranslations.com/) is a Minnesota-based translations and interpreting company. The business has its headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and also offers two satellite locations to serve St. Paul and the Fargo-Moorhead area. Minnesota Translations provides complete corporate, marketing and personal translation services to businesses and individuals throughout the Upper Midwest.