Joanna Łuczak, translator of Polish, French and Spanish
* more than 20 years of work experience
* graduate of applied linguistics
*successful candidate of EU competitions for a Polish translator (no. 2249153 in EPSO/ AD competition and no. 2375394 in CAST competition)
* sworn translator of Polish, French and English registered in the Belgian National Register of Translators and Interpreters (VTI No 10704958)
I specialise in law, banking and economics (e.g. numerous translations of economic articles by Polish researchers into English and of non-fiction books). My second specialty is translating newspaper articles, scripts and other texts into English where a knack for imaginative phrasing is important. I also offer translations between two foreign languages (from French to English and from Spanish to English).
+32 484 215 589
+48 797 575 545
I can provide you with an all-round service for all your company’s translation needs: contracts, offers, employee evaluation, advertising, press articles about the company, power point presentations etc.
An on-going collaboration means your translation requirements will receive priority treatment and you can book my services for work you expect at some point in the future.
WHY CHOOSE ME
I am committed to delivering reliable and customised services:
all jobs are ready by the deadline agreed and carefully proofread for accuracy
I am happy to work on large and urgent projects (up to 5000 words per day)
we’ll develop a company-specific glossary to ensure continuity of the names and terms used from one job to the next (e.g. the names of corporate departments and the titles of key personnel)
as there is no middleman between us, I can offer better rates than agencies and we can clear up any doubts directly
I am at your disposal when agencies are typically closed (at weekends and in the evening)
I work with Polish translation agencies: Intertext and getit and my regular institutional clients include Kozminski University, University of Warsaw and Marie Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin (Poland).