Contact us       Contact us

You can contact us:

by e-mail at:

info@exigotranslations.com

Phone us:

(UK) 0845 300 9880 (English and Spanish spoken)

Visit us (see map)

We would be glad to answer any query, whether from clients or fellow translators.

You can contact us at any time. We translate 7 days a week throughout the year.

 

• Every client or potential client who asks for a translation will be allocated a dedicated Client/Account Manager, experienced in the area of their text (eg: law, finance,etc..).

• This provides continuity for the client, with one main point of contact.

• We believe that having one main contact available 7 days a week fosters a better understanding between Exigo translations and our customers.

 

Richard Welchman - Senior Account Manager - English and Spanish spoken

Richard has been translating since 2001 having started as an in-house translator (ES-EN) for TRS Consultoría, a Barcelona based European Consultancy advising on EU regional funding. He was then in charge of the Translation Department of 'International House Barcelona' managing translator training courses until 2006 where upon he started managing Exigo translations.

rwelchman@exigotranslations.com

Exigo NewsNews

July 2009

Exigo translations opens a Sales office in Colchester, Essex. Although our primary office is still near Oxford, our sales office will compliment this to cope with recent growth.Read more »

July 2008

Exigo translations launches its new logo to enhance the brand giving it a simple and clear look. Although based on our old logo, it looks fresher, simpler and more noticable.Read more »

April 2007

Exigo translations wins another contract from Aegis Trust to translate their new website www.globefordarfur.org into 7 languages. Read more »

December 2006

Exigo translations wins the contract from Aegis Trust to translate www.globefordarfur.org into 10 languages. Read more »

August 2006

Proud to sponsor Guy Willis Rob and Tom Welchman as a team on the Mongol Rally. Read more »

July 2006

Exigo translations moves from Barcelona to Oxford to concentrate on its key UK market. Read more »