PRLog - Aug. 6, 2012 - ADELAIDE, Australia -- Founder Nicole Y. Adams has been putting her skills as a German/English translator to work at the firm for some time and now she is incorporating her experience in marketing, PR and communications to add to the portfolio of services the re-branded company offers. As NYA Translation Services, the firm was well known for providing general and specialized translations between German and English for documents, PowerPoint presentations, media, etc. The new name, NYA Communications reflects the fact that the company still provides those services but now also offers social media services, consulting and training.
The new services focus on helping start-up translators set up their own business, training established translators in computer-assisted translation tools and providing workshops to teach would be translators how to market their services, with a special eye towards using social media.
One of the unique services Nicole provides at NYA Communications is her mentoring program. Here she takes both new and established translators and helps them develop their skills and their businesses. The workshops offered at NYA Communications also help translation professionals by letting them hear from a colleague who has been where they are and done what they are doing. The same is true of the computer-assisted translation tool training sessions. Here, Nicole offers 1 on 1 or small group sessions that focus on the various computer programs that help in the translation business.
No topic is more discussed today than social media and its various platforms that can be used to market a business. For freelancers who are primed to start their own firms, social media can be a valuable tool to get the word out. NYA Communications offers expert training in social media including how to implement a social media strategy, and making the most of social media in a freelance environment.
Those interested in learning more about NYA Communications by visiting the company’s website http://www.nyacommunications.com/
Nicole Y. Adams