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English to Thai: Product landing page (translation) General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Printing & Publishing
Source text - English Printing and Imaging
Colour Inkjet Multi-Function Centres
Eliminating the frustration of having to throw away unused inks, colour inkjet machines have separate ink cartridges for each colour. All you have to do is replace the empty cartridge - reducing waste and cost.
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Innobella™ Ink & Paper
The Innobella™ range enables and empowers you to accurately reproduce beautiful, vibrant and true-to-life colour prints every time; while simultaneously enhancing image permanence and longevity.
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Toner & Drum System
Toner particle size, shape and colour pigmentation all have a direct impact on the sharpness of the printed image.
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Consumables & Accessories Finder
By consumers and accessories
English to Thai: Terms & conditions on website (translation) General field: Law/Patents Detailed field: Law: Patents, Trademarks, Copyright
Source text - English Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions of Visiting and Using this Website
By visiting or using this website, or downloading any materials or software from this website, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. If you do not accept these terms and conditions, do not visit or use this website.
We reserve the right to revise these terms and conditions from time to time by posting changes on this website. You should therefore review the prevailing terms and conditions from time to time.
You are only authorised to visit, view and to retain a copy of pages of this website, and/or download one copy of any product brochure, user manual and/or software available on this website for your own personal non-commercial use on one single computer only. You shall not duplicate, publish, modify or otherwise distribute any material made available on this website. You must keep intact all original copyright or other proprietary information or notices contained with such material, product brochure, user manual and/or software. Any use of any such material, product brochure, user manual and/or software other than that prescribed above is strictly prohibited.
Any software available on this website is governed by the terms of the End-User Licence Agreement which you will be required to accept prior to being able to download and install such software.
Translation - English Thailand Tourism Awards History
Introducing the Kinnari Awards
The awards are statuettes of the Kinnari, a half-human, half-bird mythological creature from Thai literature that represents beauty and exaltation. The Kinnari holds a lotus in one hand, while a pigeon is perched on the other. The lotus in its hand symbolizes utmost purity, while the pigeon represents peace, brotherhood and harmony.
Designed By Mr. Nonthivathn Chandhanaphalin
To instill awareness and promote responsible management in tourism among the tourism entrepreneurs, ultimately leading to sustainable tourism, the TAT initiated several awards projects such as the Friends of Thailand Awards and the Tourism Guide Awards, and most importantly, the Thailand Tourism Awards for the first time in 1996, and has consistently organised the event every two years. The ceremony takes place on the 27th of September, coinciding with the World Tourism Day. This year, in correspondence with today’s need for an environmentally conscious lifestyle, the 7th Thailand Tourism Awards 2008, has set forth the criteria to include issues of environment, global warming, participation, sufficiency economy, good governance, corporate social responsibility and the overall integration of the aforementioned criteria in each facility’s operations.
Organising the Thailand Tourism Awards is a positive measure that helps promote the tourism industry. It is also a major tool for Thailand’s sustainable tourism development. These days, the Thai tourism industry is considered a mark of quality assurance for tourism products, so the standards set forth by the TAT in these awards help ensure as well as increase credibility among both domestic and international tourists.
Thai to English: FAQ in insurance policies (translation) General field: Bus/Financial Detailed field: Finance (general)
Question: Does C. sell any life insurance?
Answer: C. is a general insurance provider that has been certified in Thailand. We focus primarily on offering Personal Accident and Health insurance. At present, we do not offer any life Insurance plans.
Question: Is a medical check-up required for purchasing personal accident insurance? How old must a person be in order to be eligible?
Answer: The insured parties (claimant) of Personal Accident plans do not need medical check-ups. However, they must be from 20-65 years old.
Question: If personal information given in an insured party’s profile is incorrect, what should be done?
Answer: If such information is found to be incorrect, the insured party may contact C. Customer Service via tel. 02-205-8484 at 8:30 – 18:00 hrs (Monday – Friday, except public holidays) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: How can premiums be paid?
Answer: Premiums can be paid in 3 following ways:
1. Credit card: VISA or MASTERCARD issued by any bank
2. Cash: No additional fees. Simply complete the premium payment form sent to you by mail and submit it with your payment at any of the following locations:
• Any service counter at Bangkok Bank, Kasikorn Bank, Krungsri Bank, and Siam Commercial Bank
• Any service counter at 7-Eleven or Tesco Lotus nationwide
3. Automatic deduction from your savings account at any of the following banks: Bangkok Bank, Kasikorn Bank, Krungsri Bank, and Siam Commercial Bank. Simply complete the automatic deduction form and mail it back to C. Public Ltd.
English to Thai: Business press release (transcreation) General field: Bus/Financial Detailed field: Advertising / Public Relations
Source text - English Skyscanner launches start-up competition with chance to win mentorship from Founder and a week working in HQ
Challenges developers and aspiring entrepreneurs to build the next best thing in travel tech
Skyscanner has launched an exciting competition calling on developers to build a game-changing new travel tech product using their APIs. The Build with Skyscanner competition offers the best new travel product the chance to be coached by Founder Gareth Williams and spend a week based in Skyscanner’s Edinburgh HQ, as well as bag a £1000 cash boost to kick-start their new business. Skyscanner is looking for product ideas that have the potential to truly disrupt the travel industry, giving entrants four months to come up with and build their new site or app.
The competition offers the winning team the chance to receive invaluable one-on-one coaching time with CEO Gareth, who himself knows a thing or two about turning a start-up idea into a success. The entrepreneurial winning product will spend the week in Skyscanner’s office HQ in Edinburgh, where they’ll also receive coaching from a world-class team of Engineers, Product Managers and Growth Strategists to help their new business take flight.
Entrants will power their pioneering new website or app using Skyscanner’s world-class Travel APIs, which connect developers to all the data they need to create innovative and unique travel solutions. Skyscanner for Business, the company’s independent B2B unit offers three stand-alone APIs to choose from - flights, hotels, and car hire - offering the most flexible integrations and inspirational search features in the market.
Skyscanner CEO and Co-Founder Gareth commented, “We are delighted to invite start-ups and developers to take part in this competition, which we hope will inspire young programmers and businesses to build something truly cutting-edge and bring something fresh to the travel industry. Travel is one the most fascinating industries to due to its complexity and size, and I believe there are endless traveller problems still waiting to be solved. With the right drive and a great idea there is boundless opportunity for trailblazing new products within the travel space.
The competition is now open and entrants can sign up and get started through the Build with Skyscanner page.
Keep up to date with the competition on Twitter by following @Skyscannertools and using #BuildwithSkyscanner
Translation - Thai สกายสแกนเนอร์ จัดการแข่งขันสตาร์ทอัพ Build with Skyscanner
Translation - English Discover Insights of Thai travellers with Skyscanner
510 travel lovers in Thailand share their travel preferences, whether they are The Planner or Super Chilled, or usually choose Adventure or Eat Drink Sleep and Repeat. Let’s find out what are Thai’s preferences with Skyscanner!
Thai Travelers Types:
The Planner (24%) - “Every single detail and activity is planned in a spreadsheet scheduled to the minute!”
Super Chilled (20%) - “I don’t plan the itinerary; I just go with the flow or laze by the pool…”
The Travel Expert (18%)
“My travel buddies usually come to me for advice and tips”
The Spontaneous Traveler (16%)
“Spontaneous is my last name! I make decisions on the go, often taking last minute weekend getaways or as and when I feel like it”
Ultimate tourists / FOMO (13%)
“I’ll do everything that’s recommended! I have a Fear of Missing out.”
Bargain Hunter (8%)
“I know how to find the best deals, cheapest flights, coupons for discounts.”
Itinerary of an Thai traveller:
• Adventure and being one with nature – on a mountain, in a forest, in the sky or underwater (28%)
• Eat, drink, sleep, repeat (25%)
• Shopping malls and markets are my best friends (13%)
• Art, history, culture – visits to museums, art galleries, and historical monuments (13%)
• Any activity that allows me to experience the destination as a local (13%)
• All the attractions – theme parks, zoos, gardens (5%)
• Music concerts and festivals (2%)
• Volunteer activities; visiting a home or building one (1%)
Travelers read or watch content mostly to:
• Get inspiration on where to go and what to do next (37%)
• Discover travel hacks and tips (30%)
• Find good deals on flights and accommodations (23%)
• Keep up with travel trends and destinations (8%)
• Keep up with my friends and what they’re reading so as not to miss out (2%)
What inspires you?
• City Guides (26%)
• Traveller reviews (21%)
• Pictures in photo galleries (20%)
• Top 10 lists (17%)
• Travel feature articles (16%)
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A bi-lingual professional with extensive experience in several
industries, e.g. education, e-business, consumer products, media, lifestyle, IT
and telecommunication. Proficient in localization and content creation
especially for business correspondence, media, sale and marketing.
13-year experience in translation, proofreading,
transcreation, copywriting, writing, editing and DTP 5-year experience in web design & development, project management,
e-business, marketing and training
Auto: Good Year
Food: Danone, Nestle
Marketing, creative & media agencies: JWT, McCANN, Ogilvy
Real estate: Summer Mansion
Technology: Brother, Migme, Skyscanner
Telecommunication: Hua Wei, Samsung, VK Mobile
Travel: Skyscanner, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Singapore Tourism Board
Translation: English-Thai and Thai-English
Transcreation: English-Thai and Thai-English
DTP: European and Asian languages
Copywriting: English, Thai
Writing: English, Thai
Areas of expertise
Business and commerce
.Com business or e-business
Creative media (both online
Marketing (both online & offline), e.g. content sites, blogs, social media, PR write-up, advertisements, public relation, SEO contents, brochures