Business News Wales has confirmed a partnership with translation service company, Wolfestone, to offer its clients a Welsh bilingual service. With the Welsh Government supporting the development of the Welsh language, Business News Wales felt it was imperative to give clients and its readers the opportunity to receive business news in Welsh.
Wolfestone works with a number of high-profile clients providing translation services including, the NHS, Welsh Government and BBC.
Mark Powney, Managing Director of Business News Wales says;
“As a news source for the Welsh business market, we understand that there is a growing demand for bi-lingual readership. Wolfestone’s reputation for quality and its portfolio of clients is impressive and we look forward to offering our clients this service.”
Minister for the Welsh Language Alun Davies, said:
“The Welsh Government recognises the need to reinforce the connection between the economy and the Welsh language and we certainly welcome Business News Wales’ efforts to strengthen the use of language in the business sector.
There are many good reasons for people to use Welsh in business, and whether we’re talking a large or small enterprise, there's more support than ever before to help”.
Alex Parr, Managing Director of Wolfestone said:
“We are really pleased to be working with Business News Wales. As a primary news source in Wales it’s great that they are targeting a wider Welsh audience. At Wolfestone, we work very closely with the Welsh Government and we think it’s important the Welsh language is promoted amongst businesses of all sizes in Wales. The welsh language is developing and we provide language and translation services to support that”.