Conversis was founded in 2003 by Gary Muddyman (CEO and Managing Director). Gary started Conversis with the intention of advancing the understanding and use of localisation and translation as a strategic business tool. Conversis continues to believe and promote the principle that success in global markets is directly linked to lingustic and cultural excellence when crafting and executing communication strategies.
Gary is supported by a strong leadership team, committed to ensuring Conversis continues to deliver speed and quality for our customers on every single project.
At Conversis, we don’t just offer translations; we build relationships. We pride ourselves on being a trusted, long-term partner to our clients, rather than just one of many service providers. We provide bespoke translation, localisation and global DTP solutions in the fields of medical, energy, media and technology. Our team of experts, including our in-house DTP and technology specialists, specialised linguists and experienced Project Managers will exceed your expectations and provide a flexible, friendly, and high-quality service to help you to reach a global audience with ease and peace of mind.
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Services for your international content
Services for your international content
From your original design to translated artwork in one streamlined process
Integrated services to bring your website to a global audience
Ensuring your international video content stays relevant and compelling in any language
Going further than translation & localisation
Market research services for international and global projects
'I believe each business has a responsibility beyond the four walls of its offices to make a contribution to the wider society. I was taught a long while ago, that there are four sets of stakeholders in any business. There are the shareholders, who everybody concentrates on, then there's the staff, who still some people focus on but not enough, there are the clients and suppliers and then there is the wider community. And all of those stakeholders should be given equal weight in importance for the business. Now for me, it's about the whole essence and culture of the business, without that CSR part, then the business just lacks something.'
Gary Muddyman, CEO, Conversis
Through Sebastian's Action Trust, Blue Bells was developed, UK's only purpose-built facility in Hampshire that offers respite holidays to very sick children and their families, enabling precious time to be spent together. The Family Outreach Hub, in Slough, Berkshire, provides a welcome drop-in centre for families of seriously-ill children, enabling them to access advice, guidance, advocacy, counselling and therapeutic support in order to address some of the critical issues they face on a daily basis. The facility includes a sensory room, pools, a cinema and a music room.
'Wembley to Soweto' is a global initiative that provides professional photographic training and life-skills to historically disadvantaged young people in order for them to move their own lives forward and, ultimately, make a positive contribution to the society in which they live. Initiated by founder of Wilton Pictures, David Westhead, in collaboration with Kweku Mandela (Nelson Mandela's grandson) and international photographer, John Cole, 'Wembley to Soweto' was created out of the belief that 'an ounce of action is worth a ton of theory'.
The programme aims to develop a young person's creative voice and to enable them to express themselves and share the stories of their worlds.
Translators without borders is one of the charities that really resonates with our mission here at Conversis. Gary Muddyman, CEO of Conversis and also a member of the advisory board at Translators without Borders thinks that 'It is extremely important that sensitive information is accurately translated into relevant languages in under-developed countries. Knowledge is power and it is critical to disseminate knowledge in the language of those who need it.'
Through the sophisticated Translators without Borders platform, important aid groups easily connect directly with professional translators, breaking down the barriers of language and building up the transfer of information to those who need it, one brick at a time.
The Rosetta Foundation is a non-profit organisation registered in Ireland promoting equal access to information and knowledge across the languages of the world. It maintains the Translation Commons (www.trommons.org) matching non-profit translation projects and organisations with the skills and interests of volunteer translators. As a member of the Executive Committee, our CEO, Gary Muddyman, is very much involved in the planning and strategy process. Along with the other members on the executive board, Gary is committed to building a more sustainable environment for their charity work.
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