Should you really be putting your reputation on the line or missing out on great business opportunities because of poor translation?
How much time and money have you invested in creating your communications?
Are you thinking of gambling with all the effort you’ve made to secure a potential customer?


Can you still not see the importance of good translation or interpreting?
We invite you to consult our FAQs so we can resolve your doubts.
If you can’t find your question there, please contact us. We’ll be delighted to answer you, with no strings attached.

A professional translator? Isn’t Google good enough?

Would Google Translate know how to translate “It’s the bees’ knees!” or “Brand spanking new” properly? Professional translators, on the other hand, have a really good understanding of things like wordplay, shades of meaning and jokes – something a machine will never be able to do.

A professional interpreter? But we have people at the company who speak English!

An interpreter is a neutral third party, absolutely objective in any negotiation or discussion. She will be accurate and impartial in her interpreting. She will put across not just the words, but also the tone and emotion of what people say.

Do you guarantee confidentiality?

Of course we do! All the materials we exchange with our clients are kept private. We comply with data protection regulations (the Spanish Personal Data Protection Act and Information Society and E-Commerce Services Act). We also sign confidentiality agreements with clients who ask us to.

It’s a very simple text. Why does it take so long to translate?

Translation is a laborious craft. We translate the meaning, tone and structure of the text to give a perfect reflection of its purpose. It’s important to let translations “rest” and edit them before delivery to ensure impeccable results.

Why do interpreters need documentation?

An interpreter needs to translate spoken language quickly and fluently and has no time to look up vocabulary during the event. To ensure the highest quality, interpreters need to study the subject beforehand.

It’s just four pages. Can’t you give me a quote on the phone?

To draw up a quote we have to consider various elements: length of document (number of words), the format (website, Word, PDF, etc.), the subject matter and the difficulty of the text – and the deadline, of course.

Why should I hire a professional editor if I’ve got the Word spellcheck?

Running the spellcheck is the first step, of course, but the system can’t do everything. A professional editor will be up to date with the current spelling rules and will rework confusing sentences that aren’t as catchy as you would want them to be.

Why are there two interpreters instead of one in the booth?

An interpreter needs full concentration to do her job. She should not be in the booth for more than an hour and a half. After that, her concentration lapses and she might make mistakes. That’s why two interpreters are needed, so they can switch over every 30 minutes.

Wouldn’t it be better to get rid of interpreting and do everything in English?

That’s an option, of course, but it’s worth bearing in mind that if you do that the proceedings will sound very flat, without the shades of meaning or the richness provided by people speaking their own language.


Translation means transferring a written text from one language to another. A good translation doesn’t “smell” like a translation, it looks like an original text written by a native speaker. To ensure the quality of our translations we have a team of trusted colleagues. It consists of professional translators and editors with broad experience in their specialist fields, always translating into their mother tongue.

Press releases, business correspondence, contracts, reports, catalogues, websites and presentations are among the documents we can translate.

Sworn translations are official documents (diplomas, birth and marriage certificates, notarised documents, etc.) that will have to be presented to a public body.

Spanish sworn translators and interpreters are authorised by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while Catalan ones are approved by the Government of Catalonia.

Interpreting is oral translation of a speech or meeting in real time. There are four forms of interpreting and each one meets very specific needs.

Liaison interpreting: this is recommended for bilateral meetings.

Consecutive interpreting: this is perfect for press conferences, speeches at banquets or short meetings.

Simultaneous interpreting: in this case, booths, audio equipment and receivers for the audience are required.

Chuchotage whispered interpreting: ideal when there is one person who does not understand the language of the meeting.

Sworn interpreting is used in cases where a suspect, witness or one of the parties in a case does not understand the language of the court. A sworn interpreter ensures a faithful, accurate translation of the evidence given.

Spanish sworn translators and interpreters are authorised by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while Catalan ones are approved by the Government of Catalonia.

This involves remote simultaneous interpretation or remote consecutive interpreting, depending on the method chosen.

Editing doesn’t just mean reviewing the spelling and orthotypography, but also the style of the text, its internal consistency and its suitability for the target audience of the communication.


We love taking on new challenges and translating and interpreting in new areas really motivates us, but we think we should highlight the sectors where we have most experience.



That’s not our style.

If we gave you a low quote we’d have to stop revising the translations or subcontract them to someone we can’t rely on.
The result would probably not be one you – or we – would be happy with.


A good choice!

You can ask us for a fair quotation using the following link. We will contact you within 24 hours at the most.



We wouldn’t mind earning more, but we will be more satisfied if you come back and work with us again

If you prefer this option, we can increase the fair price by 25% and knock the difference off your next job.


We’re not a program or an app…
We’re a team of flesh-and-blood professionals.
You can call us when you like and ask us about any query you may have.
Or, if you prefer, we’ll come and see you wherever you like.

She has been a self-employed translator and project manager since 1999. She is a sworn French-Catalan translator and her working languages are French, English, Spanish and Catalan.

She studied at the Lycée Français in Barcelona. Martine graduated in translation and interpreting from Pompeu Fabra University and later specialised in law, with a postgraduate qualification in legal translation. When she isn’t translating you can find her walking on the beach, reading or playing padel.

She has been a translator since 1999 and a conference interpreter since 2002. She is a sworn French-Spanish translator and her working languages are French, English, Italian, Spanish and Catalan.

She studied at the Lycée Français Bon Soleil. Montse graduated in Translation and Interpreting from Pompeu Fabra University, did a postgraduate Advanced Certificate in English Studies at the University of Edinburgh, and later obtained a Master’s Degree in Conference Interpreting from the University of La Laguna. In her spare time, she likes reading, trips to the countryside and going to the cinema.