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Vivis Translation Creates New Video Intro After Signing New Team Leader To Shanghai Office

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Vivi’s Translation is upscaling their translation business at a rapid rate, with a new team leader in Shanghai and a high impact new video introduction to the business.

Beijing, China – August 22, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

With China’s economy booming the country has already become the single largest economy in the world, and also has the single language with the greatest number of speakers. However, since the Industrial Revolution English has been the international business language of choice, and global trade depends on English to complete deals. As such, strong English to Chinese and Chinese to English translation is a must for any multinational or Chinese business. Vivi’s Translation offers these services and is expanding rapidly, offering expert translation services in Shanghai, Taiwan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou Beijing and Hong Kong. Now potential clients can learn all about the business thanks to a new video.

The video explains the context of the services they provide as well the extensive connections with high level business enjoyed by both the business and its owner. It also describes the services they can render on behalf of businesses, including translation and interpretation across every possible business area.

In addition to the new video, the company has also signed a new Shanghai interpreter and team leader, Syke Wu. Wu has just completed a Masters in interpretation from the best interpreting school in China, Shanghai International Studies University, after getting a full ride scholarship in marketing at just 16 years of age from Singapore Normal University.

A spokesperson for Vivi Translation explained, “We are hugely proud to have signed such a talented, qualified and ambitious new team leader to our interpreting and translation business. Syke Wu will be an asset in our Shanghai base and will report to headquarters in Beijing as well as overseeing the development of the business in the Shanghai area. Our new video is aimed at an international audience and makes clear the huge opportunities available to those businesses that choose to work with us. Anyone looking for a Chinese interpreter, whether a Chinese business looking globally or an international business looking to establish links in China, we offer the best service in the country.”

About Vivi’s Translation:
Vivi’s Translation is a team of professional certified Chinese Interpreters and Translators headquartered in Beijing, China. With a network of members all around China, they have a combined 100 years of translation and interpreting experience.

For more information about us, please visit http://vivitranslation.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Vivienne Ma
Email: info@vivitranslation.com
Phone: 86 132 6319 8977
Organization: Vivi’s Translation

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