Alboum provides a great service for any nonprofit organization’s translation needs. From initial contact through to delivery the process is smooth, friendly, efficient and approachable and yields an excellent and affordable result. Working with them to translate some 65, 000 words of a website into nine major world languages was at all times a smooth process with delivery of a high quality in a speedy and efficient fashion and with excellent communication on progress throughout. I can thoroughly recommend their services.
– British Dental Health Foundation
We never joke around when it comes to the quality of our work. But we also don’t take ourselves too seriously. The Alboum business is built on relationships. And we’re people that you’ll love to work with. We’re fun and engaging. And we never shy away from letting a little personality shine through. Our passions and quirks make our clients enjoy what could otherwise be a quite mundane vendor relationship. So here’s a little insight into us.
#JeffICan. We support tobacco control organizations, but truly adore when mainstream media gets a hold of the issue and puts the tobacco crisis in context for everyday people. We have to give huge kudos to John Oliver for his segment-turned-social media trending topic, #JeffICan. You can watch the segment here.
Lost in translation. Clearly we believe in the power of professional translation. Google Translate’s fails help support the requirement for Alboum-level quality. But when translation fails or localization doesn’t happen, we can’t help but be amused. You can find some of our favorites here.
Strong tobacco control laws have led to reductions in smoking prevalence but much remains to be done. To this end, the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation (both Alboum clients independently as well) came together to publish The Tobacco Atlas, a compendium of the most up-to-date information on tobacco and tobacco control available in a highly Continue Reading..
According to the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, more than 40 percent of those who die in the United States are cared for by a hospice at the time of death. While more patients and families are realizing the benefits of hospice and opting for this end-of-life care, many lack sufficient knowledge of the services available or Continue Reading..