Marketing translator and transcreator working
from English, German, and French into Italian
What can I do for you?
Are you exporting or planning to export your products or services to Italy or Italian-speaking Switzerland?
Do you need high-quality, effective Italian content for your website, brochures or marketing material that generates more sales for your business?
You’re in the right place!
I translate and create Italian content that sounds fresh and natural to your Italian-speaking clients.
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How do I do it?
Many studies show that emotional thinking drives purchase decisions. Thanks to my creative touch, I help create emotional marketing messages for your Italian audience that drive action and connection. Visit my website Traducrea About me
Hi! I’m Sara and I create high-quality, effective Italian content on a daily basis. I would love to work with your brand.
For me, translation doesn’t only mean finding the corresponding meaning of each word in another language.
My clients work with me because I’m able to make content sound alive and real for the Italian audience – thanks to my deep knowledge of the Italian language and culture.
Qualifications & background
I have a Bachelor’s degree in European Languages and Cultures with a focus on English and German. Although I was born, grew up and spent most of my life in Italy, I have also lived in other countries: Germany, Serbia, France and Poland.
After moving back to my hometown – Bologna – in June 2016, the United Kingdom has been my new home since December 2019. I now work with clients in several countries: United Kingdom, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Poland, and many others.
My specialized subjects are marketing, transcreation (creative translations), tourism, IT, photography, fashion, e-commerce.
Professionalism and Communication
I always do my best to deliver a perfect translation/project, and by the requested deadline. I only accept jobs related to my fields of expertise. I always reply promptly to client demands.
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