Below are the names of some translation colleagues providing consulting and coaching services, focused mainly on business-related issues.
Please bear in mind that being listed here or on any of the Links & Tips pages does not equate to an endorsement, especially as I’ve not personally used any of these services. You might find it useful to read A Word of Caution about Using the Resource Pages before you start exploring the links.
I have listed associations and organisations providing help to improve translation skills on a separate Mentoring page.
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Last updated February 2023
Valeria Aliperta can provide you with advice on branding, your website and your social media presence in general. She is based in the UK.
Virginia Katsimpiri provides mentoring to translators at the start of their careers on a one-to-one or group basis. Her coaching includes a group programme focused on making the most of LinkedIn.
Virginia also offers a number of free resources on her VMentoring site on how to find jobs and clients, which you can find here.
Nancy Matis offers online consulting services, primarily for issues relating to project and business management. She is based in Belgium.
Corinne McKay offers consulting services for translators. She is based in the US.
Jenae Spry provides some one-on-one coaching as part of her Success by Rx system. She is based in the US.
Tess Whitty, based in the US, offers help with marketing, websites, CVs and covering letters.
Madalena Zampaulo, based in the US, provides tips on how to improve your online presence.
Links are generally listed in alphabetical order in the sections and they are provided for information purposes only. Under no circumstances should they be understood as a personal recommendation.
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