OUR SERVICES

With over 30 years' experience providing specialist interpreting / interpretation and translation services to international organisations across the globe, TJC Global offers tailored language services to meet your every requirement.

WHO WE ARE

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Serving our clients globally 

Based in Oxford, UK, 50 minutes from London, TJC Global provides specialist translation, interpreting and localisation services in over 100 languages. Our ability to understand our clients' needs and tailor our services accordingly has earned us the trust of 100s of top international organisations worldwide.

WHATEVER, WHEREVER

Do you need an interpreter for a court hearing? Are you attending an international conference or business meeting? Have you got technical documents that need translating into multiple languages? Perhaps you want your website to be accessible to a multiple-lingual audience?

Whatever your requirement, whatever the occasion, our language specialists have the qualifications and experience to help you communicate with your clients and business partners.

Our network of professional interpreters spans all 6 continents meaning that wherever you are located, we will find the most suitable interpreter(s) to assist you.

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EXPERTISE IN ALL INDUSTRIES

Our certified linguists are experts in a wide array of subjects including technical and engineering, legal, medical, environmental, technology and science.

No matter how complex or technical, our team of project managers can find the right linguist for your requirements. We have experience and the resouces to adapt to almost any type of project - long or short term.

Our language specialists utilise their knowledge of subject-specific terminology to deliver precise, unambiguous translations whatever the context - enabling you to communicate effectively with the rest of the world.

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CULTURAL SENSITIVITY

Did you know a business card should be given and received with both hands in Japan? Or that the word "no" should be avoided during business meetings? Or that in Spain, deadlines are understood to be only a guideline and are often missed? How about doing business in a Finnish sauna? Or which gift is acceptable to give business partners in China?

At TJC Global, we understand the importance of cultural business knowledge. Our services are set up not only to translate written and verbal communication, but to help interpret cultural differences and support our clients when it comes to the subtleties of business etiquette.

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FLEXIBILITY

We know that in business, time is of the essence. To help you meet those tight deadlines, TJC Global offers urgent translation and interpreting services.

Our services cover everything from short email translations to long-term projects which require hundreds of translations. We also offer interpreting services at short notice for all settings, from technical meetings to depositions.

You can rely upon TJC Global to provide language services of the highest quality to suit your timeframe.

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TIME FOR SOMETHING REFRESHING?

TJC Global's blog covers light-hearted, interesting, and often remarkable, stories from across the globe in the fields of business, engineering, the environment, science, culture and language.

Legendary Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki working on new film

According to reports, the 76-year old has come out of retirement to work on a new animated feature film. The Oscar-winning director and co-founder of Studio Ghibli retired almost three and a half years ago after directing WWII drama The Wind Rises (released in July 2013), said to be his final feature-length film. Toshio Suzuki, […]

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No public consultation planned to decide Japan’s new Imperial era name

The Japanese government is not planning to ask for the public’s opinion on what the next Imperial era name should be if Emperor Akihito abdicates in order to speed up the process, a government source was cited as saying. Called a “gengo” in Japanese, an Imperial era name is valid for the entirety of an […]

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Japan to use world’s smallest flying car to transfer Olympic flame at Tokyo 2020 closing ceremony

A team of Japanese engineers is developing a miniature flying car to drive the Olympic flame around the New National Stadium track and then take off to light the Olympic cauldron. Cart!vator (Cartivator),  the company behind these plans, comprises a team of about 20 young engineers. Founded in 2012, the company’s objective is develop a […]

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