Specialist subject areas

I specialise in translating business and marketing materials, a field I worked in for many years. I translate a diverse range of marketing documents (such as brochures, sales literature, booklets, websites, labels and packaging, online marketing and e-commerce). When it comes to translations for the business sector, I work with a very wide variety of texts: corporate literature, PowerPoint presentations, websites, business correspondence, press releases and training material, to name but a few.

Here is a summary of some of my recent projects:


  • regular merchandising translations for an e-commerce company
  • fund-raising strategy for a children’s charity
  • sales and training material for the world’s authority on diamonds
  • in-store visuals/product description for a US cosmetics brand
  • marketing brochure for storage solutions for a data management and storage company

Transcreation/creative translation

  • perfume/skincare: weekly product descriptions
  • text of a leading tourism application
  • video scripts (for a major brand of trainers and various airlines)
  • translation of 30 + interviews of leading fashion designers
  • promotional material (slogans and copy) for a car manufacturer

Trade and economy

  • online training (procurement strategy) for a mobile phone company
  • PowerPoint presentation for training the trainers at an NGO
  • instruction manuals and PowerPoint presentation about SAP reporting for an NGO
  • capacity development programme for a consultancy firm specialising in economic development
  • report on a G8 initiative for the Broader Middle East and North Africa Partnership (BMENA)

During the course of my work, I have also broadened my specialist areas to include: environmental, educational, cultural, political and non-governmental subjects.

Recent projects in these fields:

  • PowerPoint for Plant-for- the-Planet and document on climate change for the United Nations
  • document for a conference on pre-salt development in Africa
  • report about technology used to sort end-of- life textiles
  • exhibition text for the Cardiff Story
  • recommendations to an international school for a strategic advisor
  • academic report on learning English in the EMEA region

Contact Me

Email: [email protected]

Address: Gloucester, England

Skype: Emmanuelle Groom

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Holder of the internationally recognised Diploma in Translation (DipTrans).

Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and career affiliate member of the ITI (Institute of Translation and Interpreting)