LinguistHouse opens Beirut branch
Abu Dhabi , December 25, 2010
LinguistHouse, a leading provider of translation and linguistic services, has opened its new branch in Lebanese capital, Beirut, as part of its regional expansion plans.
The opening of the Lebanese office comes just 18 months after LinguistHouse started its Egypt operations. It is now one of the leading translation companies in Egypt.
Commenting on the launch, Nabil Baradey, LinguistHouse general manager, said, 'The new branch is meant to meet the ever growing requirements of the translation market due to the huge demand on Arabic content by global businesses that want to enter the Arab world’s market with an appropriate content.'
'Beirut has always been, and still is, the leading Arab capital in the field of translation, localization and publishing, thus constituting a vital link for dialogue between East and West, not to mention its significance in trade, tourism and the arts,' noted Baradey.
'Beirut’s mature translation industry is heavily involved in the subtitling to cater for mushrooming TV channels in Arabic, in addition to the translation of books to maintain the first and strongest publishing industry across the Arab world,' he stated.
'All these factors call for advanced and quality-conscious content services, which was the reason why we opened this branch at the commercial heart of the capital,' he added.
Lamis Awar, Lebanon unit branch manager, said the launch comes after LinguistHouse Translation has established a solid reputation for quality and good service.
“We are quite excited to be part of LinguistHouse’ success story which is growing year after year, and we aspire to have our own chapter in this story,” she added.-TradeArabia News Service