Toponyms are the names of different geographical elements. They refer to real places and have a specific historical-political context, and therefore it is important to translate them in the right way.
Ciklopea at Professionalization vs. Deprofessionalization: Building Standards for Legal Translators and Interpreters Conference
Last weekend, from 19 to 21 March 2015, an international conference entitled “Professionalization vs. Deprofessionalization: Building Standards for Legal Translators and Interpreters” was held in Opatija. The conference was organized by EULITA, the Croatian Association of Court Interpreters and Translators, and the Jean Monnet Inter-University Centre of Excellence, and brought together numerous experts in the […]
If your potential translation provider asks you some of these questions, it means that you are dealing with a company that truly knows the business.
Internet and SMS communications have helped in the creation of a specific type of informal written communication.
Making a website global means having it localized into one or more foreign languages and territories. In this article, we look at the things that one needs to know before having a website localized.
Ciklopea was honored by having the opportunity to present its business model, the development of the company, the innovative ideas and the future of both its own business and the industry of language services in general at the second conference of inspirational business models “The Black Swan in the Blue Ocean” held in Zagreb on […]
Even if the figures of speech are not something we think about too much, there are oxymorons we tend to use unconsciously.
Ciklopea joined Kilgray’s Growing Together partner programme in February 2015. As a committed partner, Ciklopea will continue to use memoQ and promote it among its partners. The benefits from joining the programme while using Kilgray technology have already been recognised given the fact that it also presents an important factor in Ciklopea’s continued growth and […]
Some people claim that Ciklopea was an Illyrian deity, others say she was a Greek goddess while some find her origins in the Ancient Persia and Egypt.
Translation and Localization Workshop Held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek
Ciklopea held a translation and localization workshop for the students and teachers at the translation studies department of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek on February 2nd, acting in its capacity as the Western Balkans regional coordinator of the ELIA Exchange Initiative. This is the first university to join the ELIA Exchange […]