Member since Jan '19

Working languages:
English to Dutch
Spanish to Dutch

Rubèn Tijssen
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Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
Local time: 20:33 CET (GMT+1)

Native in: Dutch (Variant: Netherlands) Native in Dutch
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Jul 20, 2020 (posted via ProZ.com):  Time for some acquisition! Anyone need a enthusiastic translator who just had a great weekend at the Valencian coast? Hit me up! ...more, + 3 other entries »
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Services Translation, Editing/proofreading, Website localization, MT post-editing, Transcreation
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Payment methods accepted Wire transfer
Company size <3 employees
Year established 2021
Currencies accepted Euro (eur)
Standards / Certification(s) ISO 17100:2015
This company Offers job opportunities for freelancers
Translation education Bachelor's degree - Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
Experience Years of experience: 5. Registered at ProZ.com: Nov 2015. Became a member: Jan 2019.
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Software MemSource Cloud, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, SDL TRADOS
Website http://www.dekarsdocuments.com
Bio

A Dutch wordsmith looking to further hone his skills. 


After graduating from the Translation Academy in Maastricht, the Netherlands, I decided to work on my commercial skills, when I was offered to become a store manager for G-Star Raw, a Dutch designer clothing company. After a year of getting the hang of managing a store, my inner translator surfaced and whispered: You did not study to spend your days in this beautiful store with great clothes. You studied to become a translator. So be a translator.

So, I took my first step into the mysterious world of translation by becoming a project manager for a Dutch translation agency, followed by doing the same job in Valencia, Spain, a year later. During those periods, I have learned a lot about one side of the picture: How to work with translators, understanding how hard and difficult their (our) profession is, and what it takes to meet the wishes of clients. March 2018 is when I decided to try my luck and see if I could hack it as a translator, and I have to say: it has been one of the best decisions of my life.

All of the things I mentioned before, make me a better translator. I have seen both sides of the coin, so I know what is asked of translators on a daily basis. I learn every day, and I try to do the utmost to make both clients and myself a satisfied and happy person.

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