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The latest news on our team and recent media coverage.

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EVS Translations in the press

June 2021

'The pressure to commit to and carefully execute digital transformation weighs heavily on the shoulders of many businesses. But 2020 was certainly the year of reckoning.'

CEO of EVS Translations, Edward Vick, writes for the German American Trade magazine about the pressure of operating an international business between Europe and the USA, and his experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also explains why Atlanta is a great place to do business, as well as why he's optimistic for the future in a post-pandemic world.


July 2020

‘Work continues positively and this top 100 result for EVS Translations is a huge source of good news for all our team.‘

Read the full article from thebusinessdesk.com here.


March 2021

‘We’re confident about the post COVID-19 future, and this result shines a light on the resilience of our team at EVS Translations.’

Read the full article from thebusinessdesk.com here.



August 2020

‘Can artificial intelligence solve language barriers for global businesses? How teaching machines to learn languages is helping businesses to scale new markets.’

EVS Translations writes for German American Trade magazine about machine translation and how businesses are using it to scale demand for multilingual content from global stakeholders.


March 2020

The size and state of the language services industry in 2020, including the ranking of the top 100 largest language service providers.

Nimdzi Insights, a US-based market research and international consulting company, ranks EVS Translations in its Top 100 Language Service Providers in the World report.


April 2019

‘According to Edward Vick, founder of EVS Translations, only around 5,000 British pupils studied German at A-level last year, with just 3,000 actually sitting the exam. He is critical of the Government for its failure to encourage the teaching of languages.’

Read the full article from East Midlands Business Link here.