Translation Services in Baltimore, MD
Globalization Partners International (GPI) has been providing Baltimore, Maryland area companies and organizations professional translation services in a wide range of languages from Arabic to Spanish since 2001.
Whether your company has user manuals for software to translate or an ecommerce enabled website which requires culturally correct localization services, GPI's team can help. Maybe your hospital needs a brochure translated into Spanish, or your hotel needs menus in Chinese, GPI's translation services provide cost-effective and accurate translation of you content to help you attract and interact with current and potential customers.
Translation Agency in Baltimore, Maryland
For professional translations and certified translation services in Baltimore, MD and surrounding areas, please contact our local Columbia, MD office. A GPI professional will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a free quotation.
Translations Services in Baltimore, MD
For more comprehensive information of GPI's translation services, please feel free to explore the links below:
- Document Translation
- Multilingual Desktop Publishing
- Software Translation
- Website Translation
- Global Search Engine Marketing
- Interpretation Services
- eCommerce Localization
Planning on a visit to Baltimore, MD?
Baltimore - the city by the bay - is also best known as Charm City. Take a stroll around the various ethnic neighborhoods such as Little Italy and you will soon understand why. Walk around Baltimore's world-famous Inner Harbor and you will discover many attractions and fun things to do. Venture out a little further to historic Fells Point and you will have your choice of dining and entertainment options. There are Orioles and Ravens games for the sports enthusiasts and world-class performances at the Meyerhoff and legendary Hippodrome. Museums such as the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Museum will satisfy even the most sophisticated art connoisseur. Or for a thorough history lesson go see Fort McHenry, the place where Francis Scott Key wrote the national anthem.
Speaking of the Inner Harbor, no visit to the harbor is complete without checking out the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Up until last month it housed 17,000 animals, representing more than 750 species. The recent closure of the Washington, DC branch of the National Aquarium means that now an additional 1,700 animals call the National Aquarium in Baltimore home!
If you are planning on visiting Baltimore, MD please check out the informational sites below to help you with hotels, museums and events in Baltimore.
Do you have business in Baltimore, MD?
Baltimore and especially its Inner Harbor was once a major manufacturing hub, but shifted to a service-oriented economy in recent history, with Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University serving as the city's top two employers today. According to the Brookings Institution, almost 25% of the jobs in the Baltimore-region are science, technology, engineering and math positions, which resulted in Baltimore ranking 8th out of 100 U.S. metropolitan areas for its concentration of STEM jobs. It's no wonder that Baltimore and its surrounding areas are best known for health and science, with several universities and teaching hospitals in close proximity and considerable resources allocated to the creation of incubator facilities which focus on growing early-stage technology and biotech firms. The fact that Baltimore is also close to the National Institute of Health (NIH) makes Baltimore a premier partner for doing business in any health and science related field.
Furthermore Baltimore's close proximity to Washington, DC lends itself to doing business with a variety of governmental agencies and institutions which is reflected in the consistently strong job market of the region. Not only is the nation's capital home to the NSA which is conveniently located between Washington, DC and Baltimore but with more than 175 embassies, ambassadors' residences and foreign cultural centers Washington, DC is one of the most international cities in the United States. If you happen to be in Washington DC in May, you are in for a special treat: many embassies open their doors to the public for a variety of exhibits and cultural events such as Passport DC when more than 50 of DC's embassies host open houses where locals and visitors alike can take a peek into the world of foreign countries through music, culture and cuisine.
Are you a business in the Baltimore area that's interested in connecting to the diplomatic community? Then check out WTCI's annual Embassy Night where for the past 25 years Ambassadors and Embassy representatives from more than 25 countries have come together with the movers and shakers of our region to mingle and celebrate their accomplishments, making it one of the premier networking events in Baltimore.
Below are some useful links to government and business resources for Baltimore.
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- Columbia, MD
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Globalization Partners International
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Columbia, MD 21045
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