Eriksen Translations Welcomes New Account Manager Nick Mango to Support Museums and Creative Services

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Eriksen Translations Inc. is pleased to announce that Nick Mango has joined the company as account manager dedicated to the company's clients in the fields of art, culture, and creative services.

Nick Mango

Nick Mango

We have worked hard to make Eriksen a go-to translation provider for most of the premier museums around the country as well as creative firms of all sizes. I am pleased to have found someone of Nick’s caliber to provide the special level of care that creative and cultural translation requires.

Eriksen Translations Inc., (http://www.eriksen.com), a leading provider of multilingual services in over 100 languages, is pleased to announce that Nick Mango has joined the company as account manager. With 20 years of experience in the world of advertising, Nick has the expertise needed to find the right solutions for the company’s clients in the fields of art, culture, and creative services.

In the role of account manager, Nick will work closely with his clients to understand their needs and provide customized solutions, ranging from the translation and layout of print materials to the localization of websites and apps. Working in collaboration with Eriksen’s production team, Nick will ensure clients receive top-notch customer service and high-quality, customized solutions.

“I’m thrilled to be joining Eriksen and look forward to working with a team of such talented, dedicated professionals,” said Mango. ”The company is well known for its customer-first approach, and I will make it a top priority to ensure we maintain strong relationships with both new and existing clients.”

For over 30 years, Eriksen has been supporting marketing companies, designers, branding, and other creative firms, along with many of the country’s top museums and cultural institutions. Nick’s position reflects Eriksen’s strong commitment to these sectors, and positions Eriksen’s client services team to effectively respond to the growing need for language services in the museum and creative world.

“We are thrilled to welcome Nick to Eriksen,” states Vigdis Eriksen, founder and CEO of Eriksen Translations. “We have worked hard to make Eriksen a go-to translation provider for most of the premier museums around the country as well as creative firms of all sizes. I am pleased to have found someone of Nick’s caliber to handle these very important clients and provide the special level of care that creative and cultural translation requires.”

Born and raised in New York, Nick lived for many years in Great Britain, where he earned a Master of Arts degree from Edinburgh University. He also has a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University and received an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Prior to joining Eriksen, Nick ran major accounts at some of the top advertising agencies in New York, supporting and counseling clients on branding, communications, and creative strategy. An accomplished photographer, Nick volunteers as a teaching assistant at the International Center for Photography and has contributed his photography skills at the American Museum of Natural History.

About Eriksen Translations Inc.
Eriksen Translations Inc., one of the top 40 language service providers in North America, helps companies reach their audiences in the domestic and global marketplace. Founded in 1986, Eriksen works in more than 100 languages, offering print and website translation, desktop publishing, multimedia localization, cultural consulting, transcription, and voiceover and subtitling services. Eriksen partners with leading museums and cultural institutions as well as companies in creative services, finance and insurance, law, health care, and education.

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