Apex Translations wants you to understand that just one word and its placement is crucial to the correct meaning of the sentence. Directions: Place only anywhere in the following sentence. She told him that she loved him. <Scroll down for the variations.> Only she told him that she loved him.… [Read More]
Meet Emily Phillips, Project Manager at Apex Translations
Q1: Emily, tell us about your studies at Campbell University. What got you interested in law and government? EP: I love to argue. No, really, law and government have always fascinated me – the research, the reasoning, and becoming an advocate to help others. Q2: How long have you worked… [Read More]
Apex Translations heartily welcomes 2016 and bids a fond farewell to 2015, a year of breaking news of a world in tumult. The brand new year is yet but a babe, taking poised, sensored steps like the driverless car, representative of an unstoppable techno- future, while 2015 has already taken… [Read More]
Was the man we know as Santa Claus the original translator?
A Real Global Figure: Was the man we know as Santa Claus the original translator? It’s that time of year again when we are reminded of those virtues the civilized world most prizes: generosity of spirit, goodwill towards all, granting children’s wishes, giving rather than receiving, donating time, energy, talents,… [Read More]
A CONVERSATION with APEX’ EXECUTIVE TEAM
Questions for Hans Schlamadinger, CEO for Apex Translations.com Q: Apex Translations began with you, Mr. Schlamadinger. What prompted you to start this business and put it online? A: Before I started this company, I worked as an engineering manager for a major diesel engine manufacturer. Through my employer, I had… [Read More]