Andrew Draper

Posted on January 7, 2022 In language, translation

UK SMEs investing in translating their sales material get 30% better results.   British businesses are getting back on their feet after the coronavirus pandemic. And export sales and marketing departments are busy working out their post-pandemic messages to the market. UK SMEs investing in translating their sales material get 30% better results than those […]

Posted on November 13, 2019 In Uncategorized @da

Last month, I was pleased to join a panel discussing that old chestnut of whether freelance journalists should specialise or diversify. Some fabulous insights and experiences were shared with the sell-out fourth Freelancers Salon organised by the Cardiff & SE Wales NUJ branch and NUJ Training Wales in Cardiff.   My journey to Copenhagen… I […]

Posted on September 3, 2019 In Uncategorized @da

Earlier this year, we launched a new logo and website to add a fresh look to our business. The ‘O’ in ‘Nordic’ reflects the global nature of our business (we have customers and suppliers around the world), while the flags demonstrate that our main activity focus is integrating the Nordic region and the UK. Of […]

Posted on August 3, 2019 In Uncategorized @da

In August 2019, we moved our euro and Danish krone accounts from Nordea Bank Denmark to Moneycorp. Clients will have received a letter in the post regarding this. Our sterling account with Lloyds Bank is unchanged. If you need any more information, please contact Clair on clair(at) We have read that Nordea’s International Branch in […]

Posted on July 3, 2019 In Uncategorized @da

For some time, we’ve been testing a new translation management system from XTRF and are now ready to roll it out fully in our supply chain and customer network. XTRF provides translation project and workflow management in addition to accounting features and quote administration services. Implementing XTRF will benefit customers as: • Jobs such as […]